2 November 2003 | claudio_carvalho
Better Off a Porno Movie Than This Type of Movie, Which Has Lots of Insinuation and No Penetration
Four directors (Lizzie Burden (USA), Monika Trent (Germany), Ana Maria Magalhães (Brazil) and Clara Law (China)) present four low budget short stories about eroticism. The American one ('Let's Talk About Sex') is about a girl who participates in auditions trying to have a chance as actress, and works in an agency of sex by phone. She gets horny with a client and meets him. The German one ('Taboo Parlor') is about two lesbians having one night stand with a handsome man. The Brazilian one ('Final Call') is about a young teacher moving from the country city of Barbacena to Rio de Janeiro by train, to get a plane to New York. She is almost raped by two guys and saved by a photographer. Then she has an affair with her rescuer. And he Chinese one ('Wenton Soup') is about the cultural differences between a Chinese young woman, who live in Hong Kong, and a young man descendant of Chinese, who lives in Australia. The guy, in accordance with the definition of his uncle, looks like a banana: yellow outside, white inside. I do not like this type of tales. The Brazilian one, for example, is completely fake: spoken in English, many tourists landscape of Rio de Janeiro, the sexy and with a very Brazilian type Claudia Ohana naked, all of these together seems to be a 'fake product for exportation'. I do not like porno, but I believe would be better off the viewer spending time watching X-rated movie than this type of movie, which has lots of insinuation of kink sex and no penetration. My vote is five.
Title (Brazil): "Erotique"