An anthropologist from an alien planet provides voice-over commentary for a documentary look at human courtship, mating, and reproduction: "complex, perverse, tragically beautiful: the earthbound human." The commentary gets some of the details comically wrong (explaining the slap on a newborn's back: "they don't like the looks of the child so they beat it"), but gets right the overall idea. We follow Billy and Jenny from their meeting at a club, initial misunderstandings, his losing her phone number, finally connecting, walks on the beach, soulful talks, meeting each other's parents, friends' advice, and the gradual taking of the relationship to new levels. Written by
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got his inspiration for the film after watching a nature documentary on the mating habits of animals. See more
When we first see the newborn, there is no umbilical cord. A few shots later, the doctors cut the umbilical cord. See more
[the female is dancing at a club
To prepare for mating, she sways her hips and flails her behind in an attempt to dislodge her egg from her uterus.
No humans were harmed during the making of this motion picture. See more
References Le Samouraï
Words and Music by Michael Bramon
Produced and Performed by Michael Bramon
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