What are the rules that determine how attraction and desire are set free? Glances, unexpected smiles, confiding in unknown women. Long cherished fantasies, intimate friendships and unexpected meetings. In Volume 2 of the Sexual Tension diptych, Marco Berger and Marcelo Mónaco take us on a journey through the twists and turns of female seduction: two guests of a hostel become roommates (and more); a keen shop assistant helps a woman uncertain about what dress to buy; the outset of a great passion between two girls during a picnic, even though one of them has a boyfriend. In the film we also find a conversation about Woody Allen between a waitress and a woman, which goes too far; and two high-class escorts who discover that they are attracted to each other, when they are in bed with a client. The film finally shows what could happen, but never did happen, and will probably never happen, to two thirty-year-old women. Maybe it would be better not to have sex with people we love. Sex ...
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Steve O (nl) wrote: More than anything else, this movie is a stroll down memory lane about Plato's, one of the first (if not THE first) sex club in the U.S. Mildly entertaining, but considering the subject matter it could have been a lot more. Worth watching if you're bored or you're desperate for something resembling porn.
Wes S (fr) wrote: This was a very good, yet sad, character driven indie drama about a woman who, after surviving a brutally horrific trauma in Yugoslavia, is just trying to cope with the physical and mental scars as a refugee in Ireland. That is until she volunteers to put her nursing skills to use by helping a burn victim on an oil rig. It's a very sad story about a war affected woman who cautiously befriends her patient and slowly starts taking steps towards healing.
Suette D (es) wrote: Poor girl makes fools of the rich girls...
Sam S (ca) wrote: Semi-historical film based on Jack the Ripper.Great film overall. Deserves better reviews.
Wes S (br) wrote: Not one of Toho's best, but it's still a pretty good kaiju film and the effects were nice. Story overall was pleasant and the ending was good and a bit sad. Worth checking out.
Cosmin I (mx) wrote: The leads lack chemistry...and the dialogue is lackluster, fortunately the interesting concepts and worthwhile message make it a reasonable watch
Cameron F (us) wrote: All this is a confusing political,crime,drama with mark Wahlberg as a privet eye detective and Russell Crowe is for some reason dressing up as Donald Trump.
Rachel Q (kr) wrote: Really really good film
Jim S (mx) wrote: Robin Williams, what were you thinking?! May you rest in peace. It's hard to believe that this movie was directed by the same man who brought us the "Men in Black" movies.