In a social context deteriorated by a countrywide economic crisis, the life of several people will be turned upside down after they meet Cecile, a character who symbolizes desire.
|Release Date||:||September 14, 2011|
|Production Company||:||Acajou Films, Rebel Rebel, Birka Holding|
|Director||:||Laurent Bouhnik, Sandra Di Pasquale|
|Casts||:||Déborah Révy, Hélène Zimmer, Gowan Didi, Johnny Amaro, Johan Libéreau, Jean-François Gallotte, Brice Fournier, Christelle Benoit, Patrick Hauthier, Léticia Belliccini, Fabien Ara, Margot Heurtematte, Aurélia Arto, Noémie Leroux-Cazaubon, Yassine Azzouz|
|Plot Keywords||:||france, female nudity, sex, sexuality, love, sexual fantasy, romance, unfaithfulness, unsimulated sex, prostitution, lesbianism, couple, desire, lesbian sex, explicit sex, economic crisis, sexual disorder, erotic movie|
I really liked this film. It was shot in lovely locations in the French countryside, on the beach-front and in little town cafés, and it featured a host of beautiful actors and actresses (many of them non-professional). Yes there is a lot of explicit (non-simulated) sex and nudity throughout but for a film which is about exploring the central role of sexuality in our modern lives it makes sense and I didn't find it either offensive or pornographic. Though very sexually explicit the scenes were tasteful and beautifully shot. It was also quite a funny film. You could definitely watch this with your girlfriend or boyfriend.
I wish all countries could treat sexuality in a matter-of-fact way like this as the French do.