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Christiane Amanpour: Sex & Love Around the World 

CNN's award-winning journalist, Christiane Amanpour travels around the world to talk with women about the rules of engagement in relationships and intimacy. In this six-part documentary ... See full summary »
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CNN's award-winning journalist, Christiane Amanpour travels around the world to talk with women about the rules of engagement in relationships and intimacy. In this six-part documentary series, directed by women, Christiane meets regular people who are shaping the idea of modern love. How are roles changing for both men and women when it comes to sex, love, marriage, family and divorce?

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The intent would be good, if it wasn't butchered by the constant judging
7 January 2019 | by katen-69079See all my reviews

Yes we know you find it weird that people do this and this, it's the nth time you repeat it. For a show that aims to understand objectively how societies deal with those subjects it ended up insisting a lot on the weirdness of non-US-centric lifestyles. Also, I get the idea of mainly interviewing women, especially in societies were men have more power in women's love life, it lets them talk more freely. But then the show takes its sweet time showing only queer men are good people and it feels like a Twitter feed. I can remember in the episode about Japan when a girl keeps saying she's fine with her couple not really having sex but they insist for several minutes on "that's not normal!!". Weird. As expected, it's a Netflix show with all the Netflix (anti-)values it carries and the main ideas that stick are that all around the world men are responsible for bad sex and that you have to behave like in New York if you're a civilized human being.

For short, expect a cliché romcom about women talking about their last orgasms more that a documentary.


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