“Understand that sexuality is as wide as the sea. Understand that your morality is not law. Understand that we are you. Understand that if we decide to have sex whether safe, safer, or unsafe, it is our decision and you have no rights in our lovemaking.” -- Derek Jarman (British Film Director, Artist and Author, b.1942)
"French women have been made beautiful by the French people - they're very aware of their bodies, the way they move and speak, they're very confident of their sexuality. French society's made them like that." -- Charlotte Rampling
Don't judge a book by its cover. Sometimes, you can't judge a movie by its poster either. Case in point: Paris, France (1993). The poster makes it look like just another erotic movie and that was my initial impression, too. Heck, I only downloaded it because of the poster - I was sure to get some tits. Then, while cutting out the first nude scene, I heard the woman's narrative voice-over and was intrigued so I tried to watch it and well, turned out it's a not so bad comedy-drama about this chick who is a writer. She has been suffering from a prolonged writer's block so she decides to find her lost creativity via sexual activities. Great idea, chick! If anything, it gives the movie a good excuse to show many sex scenes. None of it was designed to be erotic, because, like Catherine Breillat's Romance (1999), this is a film about sexuality and such films are rarely erotic.
Paris, France is not the greatest movie ever made on the subject of sexuality, but it has its moments and some witty dialogue.
Lots of nudity and somewhat graphic sex. The B&W scenes depict Lucy's sexual fantasies.
Warning: there is a man on man sex scene at the end.
Check it out:
Download the clip:
http://www.multiupload.com/SZDW90VGVX (part 1)
http://www.multiupload.com/G7S9G9CVFQ (part 2)
File : 288 MB, duration: 0:18:15, type: AVI, 1 audio stream
Video : 263 MB, 2017 Kbps, 23.976 fps, 720*544 (4:3), XVID
Audio : 25 MB, 192 Kbps, 48000 Hz, 2 channels, AC3, VBR,