They meet at a rock concert in Brixton, go back to his place, and have sex. Yes, and the director seems to deliberately confused them, incorrectly reporting that will be discontinued fair copy, and that - well, just a rehearsal. They meet at a mobbed rock concert in a vast music hall--London's Brixton Academy. In many movies, the first sexual encounter is earth-shaking, and then the lucky couple is magically in love forever -- or at least until the story declares otherwise. Matt likes her more than she likes him. The occasional shots of genital areas are not underlined but simply occur in the normal course of events. Yes, they try to inspire themselves with blindfolds and bondage, but the more you're playing games, the less you're playing with each other.
You are watching the movie 9 Songs 2004 produced in United Kingdom belongs in Category Music, Romance, Drama, 18+ , with duration 71 Min , broadcast at Cmovieshd. In real life, sex is easy but love is hard. Its minimalism is admirable as an experiment, but monotonous as an experience. Show rock concert, show sex, show icy wastes of Antarctica. They lack the choreography of pornography, and act as a silent rebuke to the hard-core image of sex.
The film is interesting for its experimental. No attempt is made to see Matt and Lisa as characters in a conventional plot. Country: United Kingdom Director: Michael Winterbottom Actors: Kieran O'Brien, Margo Stilley, Huw Banford, Cyan Ciaran, Bobby Gillespie, Bob Hardy, Dafydd Iyuen Description They generally did not have to meet - because they have little in common. Together, over a period of several months, they pursue a mutual sexual passion whose inevitable stages unfold in counterpoint to nine live-concert songs. Oleh Dunia21 Synopsis Matt, a young glaciologist, soars across the vast, silent, icebound immensities of the South Pole as he recalls his love affair with Lisa. Advertisement Altogether, they go to nine concerts and hear nine songs, but this is not a concert film and the performers are mostly seen in long shot, over the heads of the crowd, which is indeed the way most of us see rock concerts. And not only what is called sex scenes - though they are on the verge of foul pornographic, but also at the freedom of the plot - in fact, he invented on the fly.
Winterbottom seems deliberately reluctant to turn up the visual heat; he accepts shadows and obscurities and creates a certain confusion in the words of the limerick about who is doing what and with which and to whom. To the degree that O'Brien and Stilley exchange dialogue on screen and inhabit characters, they suggest that a full-blown movie about these characters might be intriguing. They are in bed at night's end. They're afraid to be trapped, and afraid to leave. They talk as two people might talk, who have fallen into an absorbing sexual relationship but are not necessarily planning a lifetime together. Net,Director by Michael Winterbottom, In London, England, love blooms between an American college student, named Lisa, and a British glaciologist, named Matt, where over the next few months in between attending rock concerts, the two lovers have intense sexual encounters.
Sex is possible with someone you don't know. The couple met at a concert soon went to his home. Matt - serious scholar with an unusual range of interests - Antarctica. They are in bed at night's end. Their first few sexual encounters have the intricacy and mystery of great tabletop magic; by the end, they're making elephants disappear but they know it's just a trick. Here and live - chance meetings, concerts, bed. Together, over a period of several months, they pursue a mutual sexual passion whose inevitable stages unfold in counterpoint to nine live-concert songs.
Real, in the sense that the actors are actually doing what they seem to be doing, and real, in the sense that instead of the counterfeit moaning and panting of pornography, there is the silence of concentration and the occasional music of delight. Lisa - a student, a fairly typical, freedom-loving, young, of course, beautiful. What Winterbottom is charting is the progress of sex in the absence of fascination; if two people are not excited by who they are outside of sex, there's a law of diminishing returns in bed. But there is one that brings these extremes - rock. All contents are provided by non-affiliated third parties and contain only links to other sites on the Internet. If you have any legal issues please contact the appropriate media file owners or host sites. To begin with the sex: The story involves a British scientist named Matt and an American named Lisa , who is visiting London for obscure reasons; she mentions jobs and studying.
Together, over a period of several months, they pursue a mutual sexual passion whose inevitable stages unfold in counterpoint to nine live-concert songs. Synopsis Matt, a young glaciologist, soars across the vast, silent, icebound immensities of the South Pole as he recalls his love affair with Lisa. . The nine sex scenes are filmed with the detachment of someone who has no preconceived notion of what the characters will be doing, or why. There is some truth here.
What Winterbottom does in part I'd like to see him do in whole: Show a relationship in which two reasonably intelligent and sensitive adults pick each other up for sex, enjoy it, repeat it, and then have to decide if they want to take the relationship to the next level. That works for realism, but it does the musicians no favors. There is also some dialogue. They meet at a mobbed rock concert in a vast music hall--London's Brixton Academy. Probably the actors themselves did not know what the outcome is not just a movie in general, but literally an ongoing dialogue. As an idea, the film is fascinating, but as an experience it grows tedious; the concerts lack closeups, the sex lacks context, and Antarctica could use a few penguins. The film reached the main thing - he caused a bunch of disputes.