A man rescues a woman from a suicide attempt in a gay nightclub. Walking the streets together, she propositions him: She'll pay him to visit her at her isolated house for four consecutive nights. There he will silently watch her. He's reluctant, but agrees. As the four nights progress, they become more intimate with each other, and a mutual fascination/revulsion develops. By the end of the four-day "contract", these two total strangers will have had a profound impact on each other. Written by
Did You Know?
The film explicitly states at the beginning that Amira Casar
's sex scenes were done with a body double. Indeed, Casar allegedly told her male co-star Rocco Siffredi
that she would not be having sex with him for the purposes of the film. Interestingly, Siffredi himself had a porn double for the opening gay fellatio scene. Despite being a porn star in real life and being very liberal in his sexual proclivities, gay man-on-man sex was apparently a step too far for the Italian. See more
In fact they are frightened, frightened that their woman may no longer belong to them. They do not believe the importance of freedom. They shake the leather belt and fetters, Shout out so-called chastity and those rotting morals. Because they need the ego consolation. At least they know very much clearly. These are something needn't to be proved. Because love is no reality.
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