A sexual revolution starts in an internment center when an empathetic caretaker takes seriously the claim of a quadriplegic rude and nasty man to visit a prostitute. Should we all be granted sexual rights?
Two best friends, Johanna and Jeanne, live in the small town of Decazeville, a mining town in France. One year at the Miners' Ball, the music group The Sirens perform, of which Johanna and ... See full summary »
It's a movie based on Alain Soral's real life about "street seducers".
A movie with a big touch of neorealism, about street seduction practiced generally by the poor people in opposition to modern and sophisticated ways of seduction like speed dating, cyber meetings, etc.. for rich people, generally.
Soral preaches the patriarchal model of society with macho "real" guys in opposition to the new model of society wanted by the feminists with weak guys and strong women. ;-)
The movie is fast, good rhythm, great actors. Great job, monsieur Alain Soral !
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