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Admin30.06.2021

The Most Controversial Films Banned In France

No pubic hair wig there though.
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Admin20.09.2021

A French Gigolo (2008)

The kids go along with it but don't make much of it.
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Admin22.09.2021

A French Gigolo (2008)

Although praised by some critics for its faithfulness to Nabokov's narrative and for the performances of Irons and Swain, the film received a mixed critical reception in the United States.
Admin08.08.2021

Sexual Chronicles of a French Family (2012)

Although deeply in love with her boyfriend - and indeed sleeping in the same bed with him - a schoolteacher cannot handle the almost complete lack of intimacy he will allow.
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Admin05.08.2021

The Most Controversial Films Banned In France

Over time, Lo's increasing boredom with Humbert, combined with her growing desire for independence, fuels a constant tension that leads to a fight between them.
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Admin16.07.2021

48 Best Sex Movies of All Time

It's completely unnecessary and looks ridiculous even if it's some poor attempt at time period accuracy.
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Admin06.08.2021

A French Gigolo (2008)

According to Schiff: Right from the beginning, it was clear to all of us that this movie was not a "remake" of Kubrick's film.
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Admin20.08.2021

Porno (2019)

You can write the entire plot on the back of a postage stamp.
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Admin07.09.2021

List of French erotic films

David chases after him on his motorcycle and gets into an accident.
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Admin19.07.2021

'Summer of '85' Film Review: François Ozon Explores His Favorite Things

Oh, and, Chalamet gets off with a peach! After his visit with Lo, Humbert tracks down Quilty and murders him.
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Admin16.07.2021

A French Gigolo (2008)

In his 2008 essay published in The Pinter Review, Hudgins discusses further details about why "Pinter elected not to publish three of his completed filmscripts, , , and Lolita," all of which Hudgins considers "masterful filmscripts" of "demonstrable superiority to the shooting scripts that were eventually used to make the films"; fortunately "We can thank our various lucky stars" , he says, "these Pinter filmscripts are now available not only in private collections but also in "; in this essay, which he first presented as a paper at the 10th Europe Theatre Prize symposium, Pinter: Passion, Poetry, Politics, held in Turin, Italy, in March 2006, Hudgins "examin[es] all three unpublished filmscripts in conjunction with one another" and "provides several interesting insights about Pinter's adaptation process" 132.
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