While LANGUAGE OF LOVE illustrated general sex behaviour, MORE ABOUT THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE shows minority group attitudes towards sex. As in the first film, there is an expert panel of ... See full summary »
In Skoddeheimen, Norway, 15-year-old Alma is consumed by her hormones and fantasies that range from sweetly romantic images of Artur, the boyfriend she yearns for, to daydreams about practically everybody she lays eyes on.
Jannicke Systad Jacobsen
Anita is a girl of only 16 years, and while she has developed early physically, to a mature woman, she is psychologically completly ruthless. Her relationship the her parents and her ... See full summary »
A modern advanced film about sexual education an behaviour based on the clinical research made by famous American and Swedish doctors. The film centres around a panel; Inge and Sten Hegeler... See full summary »
While LANGUAGE OF LOVE illustrated general sex behaviour, MORE ABOUT THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE shows minority group attitudes towards sex. As in the first film, there is an expert panel of scientist, discussing and explaining the different parts of the film. The famous Danish sexologist couple Inge and Sten Hegeler are throughout the leading characters, while the others experts change in every sector. The headings are as follows: male and female homosexuality, aesthetics and sex, handicapped and sex, drugs and sex, pornography and sex, children and sex, and sex with old people. In the new film affliction and warmth are emphasised, particularly in the chapter showing coition between persons of the same sex. Besides when a blind girl and boy examine with their hands how a naked man and woman respectively are made, a new educational method initiated by the internationally known, Swedish sex pedagogue Maj-Brith Bergstroem-Walan. The child's natural need of masturbation in an unsafe world is ... Written by
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Although the original Ur kärlekens språk (1969) was passed uncut in the UK in 1973 this sequel was never submitted to the BBFC and instead granted a licensed cinema club certificate by the GLC (Greater London Council). It was then targeted by Mary Whitehouse's Festival Of Light party, and successfully prosecuted by the DPP under the grounds of indecency (rather than the usual Obscene Publications Act) in 1975, leading to the distributor receiving a hefty fine. See more »