Los Angeles in the year 2005: 19-year-old lads move through an apartment that has been equipped with webcams and looks like some sort of futuristic internet doll's house. Not-quite-so-young... See full summary »
19 year old Jamie just wants someone to love. With no one to call his own he just decides to put an end to it all. That is until a visitor from beyond shows Jamie that his life has meaning ... See full summary »
It is a film about the carnival in Rio de Janeiro, with bodies that dance, talk and get excited. The city becomes a jungle and everything is allowed. It is an explicit carnival with penises... See full summary »
Mates is a short film about anonymous bodies using online flirting, spontaneous random brief encounters, social media, hyper-connectivity, etc. We are part of a generation who will, for ... See full summary »
Spunk is an experimental documentary where reality and virtual reality blend into a surrealistic sexual collage. 36 minutes long, it showcases digital sex with webcams, mobile phones and ... See full summary »
Lisa (Claudia Rocchi), a young & pretty wife stuck in a marriage with a much older husband who cannot satisfy her sexually or in any other way. Become bored with her routine life, she ... See full summary »
In a middle class neighborhood in a city in the countryside of Brazil, the real estate speculation is a menace to the affective memory of a group of friends. Their answer to this imminent ... See full summary »
Just shown at the 1st Annual Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (a hugely successful event here), the film was very well attended, as have been all of the films. There have been some good, one great (Head On), and the usual supply of mediocrity. Sex Life in LA falls into the last category due mostly to the dreary/ boring individuals who make their living somehow connected to sex.Its perfectly decently made, but these guys are all in all just plain dull. There must be people in the industry who would be more interesting to interview. A bit higher IQ for the subjects would be helpful.Not much introspection or thought here. The high points of the film are a bathtub masturbation scene including "the money shot" by Madonna's ex now very tired looking model Tony Ward and self mutilation scenes by performer Ron Athey.Without doubt Athey is the most articulate and interesting subject, but what a subject! So there is surely better sex life in your own home town, even if it is back ass nowhere and in back ass you wont be seeing this film anyway.
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