Donnerstag, 28. März 2013

Can Explicit Sex be an Efficient Movie Style? - A statement from filmmaker Karen - Explicit Sex Reflection

Erotical softcore sex is an integral part of mainstream and independent movies for decades. And this kind of sexual action is also accepted by the audience as something normal and elemental. During the last 15 years there were also produced some films containing explicit hardcore sex. Such detailed graphic scenes mostly are denounced as porn in the sense of obscene and filthy. And they are disussed controversial in the public. But beyond these clichés, the question must be allowed:

Oscar Klinkhammer inserts his erected cock into Lana Sue's opened pussy
 in the German movie THE EPHEMERAL SKIN (DE 2012).


Can Explicit Sex be an Efficient Movie Style?
 
Explicit Sex Reflection

Film Experiments with Real Sex 
It's a legitimate question to ask, why it's so difficult to establish real sex actions in the mainstream. To go deeper it's good and needful to reflect this subject on different levels. With Joe Swanbergs diagnosis in the mind we can ask: "Isn't it about damn time" to develop forcefully the "outbreak of real sex in films"? Courageous filmmakers followed this way. They tried to answer the question "Is it possible to catch the true intimacy between lovers while they are having real sex in front of a camera?" For example R P Kahl made explicit experiments in BEDWAYS (DE 2010), Sergej Moya filmed a story with real sex in HOTEL DESIRE (DE 2011) and the duo Bastian Zimmermann and Benjamin van Bebber created THE GREAT EPHEMERAL SKIN (DE 2012) with a funny penetration as climax.

Saralisa Volm masturbates Clemens Schicks fully erected cock 
while he is kissing her mouth in HOTEL DESIRE (DE 2012).

Real Sex is Penetration 
Real sex can be executed in many ways. Masturbation, cunnilingus, fellatio, jerking off are all real sexual acts. If a film refers to real sex, that's when it shows the penetration. The intimate unification of two people in the intercourse is the queen of all sexual acts. No porn movie will abstain from copulation. And no sex connoisseur will be satisfied while watching a hardcore film without a real coitus. Penetration is the epitome of real sex.  

 Clemes Schick penetrates his condom covered cock into Saralisa Volms pussy.

The BAISE MOI / FUCK ME -  Controvery
At the English website kamera.co.uk there is a film review about the French movie BAISE MOI (FUCK ME aka RAPE ME) produced in the year 2000. Author Paul Clarke writes:
"Despite its liberal use of penetration shots, including anal and fellatio, Baise Moi secured an '18' certificate in Britain with the only cut occurring during a brutal rape scene. The directors cite feminist motivations for this imagery, claiming that such explicit sex, usually only seen in hardcore pornography, is being redeployed to celebrate female sexuality rather than excite men. However, Trinh Thi's experience in blue movies (as well as the two leads') seems to have had an influence, with the sex scenes either gynaecologically explicit or passionless plumbing arrangements."  


 Clemens Schick and Saralisa Volm celebrate their body unification 
A Statement by Filmmaker Karen 
In reply to the review of this controversial movie, which combines violence and graphic sex, there are lots of comments. One statement is from an unidentified filmmaker named Karen. Sie makes some explanatory notes about missing irony, humor and good narration and the disliked violence "kill for plesure". Then she asked: "Why is this one so shocking to a lot of people?" Answering: "Because it's made by a woman and because they show explicit sex." 


The big pleasure is enjoyed by Oskar and Lana while they are fucking explicit
 in front of the camera in THE EPHEMERAL SKIN (DE 2012).


Explicit Sex Touches Us Very Deep Inside  

A Statement by Filmmaker Karen

Then the explicit sex. That a woman used this style will have shocked people. I as a filmmaker know it can be e very efficient form to use. The fact is that no one, male and female can stay neutral watching it. Everyone who that denies lies. It touches us soemwhere very deep inside. Often we do not want to be touched there by strangers. In this film that's exactly what happens and which fits perfectly into the story.

Apart from that it is good to dicuss why it is such a taboo to show it. Sex is part of our everyday life and those images we all know out of our own experiences. And the ones who don't, don't know what they miss. So why not show it.

Of course you must be aware of the effect it has on the audience. I don't mean being shocked but the emotional effect is has on all people. When you can use that in your narration, do it. Why should the nicest thing on earth, which we all love to do be a taboo?



This Statement by filmmaker Karen is a stimulating and thought-provoking in-depth reflection about the meaning of explicit sex in films. And it's also an impressing pleading to use this effective movie style absolute.
"Maybe we should set the scene more meticulously."
Oscar is fucking Lana explicit in THE EPHEMERAL SKIN (DE 2012).

Here you'll be guided to the site
kamera.co.uk
with BAISE MOI Review by Paul Clarke
Scroll down Reader comments about BAISE MOI to the 5th comment from below:


Karen writes:
is it a good movie, no. Not enough irony, like tarantino, not enough humor, not a very good narration.

But who cares, there are bad movies everywhere. Why is this one so shocking to a lot of people? Because it's made by a woman and because they show explicit sex.
Natural born killers, Thelma and Louise, Bonny and Clyde all movies where people, woman too, kill for plesure. But all made by a male directors. Mostly I don't like those kill for the thrill movies but we cannot denie it happens on this world. Then the explicit sex. That a woman used this style will have shocked people. I as a filmmaker know it can be e very efficient form to use. The fact is that no one, male and female can stay neutral watching it. Everyone who that denies lies. It touches us soemwhere very deep inside. Often we do not want to be touched there by strangers. In this film that's exactly what happens and which fits perfectly into the story. Apart from that it is good to dicuss why it is such a taboo to show it. Sex is part of our everyday life and those images we all know out of our own experiences. And the ones who don't, don't know what they miss. So why not show it. Of course you must be aware of the effect it has on the audience. I don't mean being shocked but the emotional effect is has on all people. When you can use that in your narration, do it. Why should the nicest thing on earth, which we all love to do be a taboo?
Source: kamera.co.UK
http://www.kamera.co.uk/reviews_extra/baise_moi.php

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