One of the hottest movies on Netflix right now, this French indie flick follows two women who have an enormously tortured romance but even more sexual connection. The first time I watched this movie, I tuned in with my parents, and I would, ahem, not recommend doing that. This period flick is packed with tension as Elisa Sanchez Loriga masquerades as a man in order to be with the woman she loves. Set in Spain in , this is the perfect choice for those wanting a dash of passion, sex, yearning, and historical fiction. If you ever had a crush on Harry Potter while growing up, you might be interested in watching Horns. Daniel Radcliffe plays a boy mourning the mysterious death of his high school sweetheart and who begins to grow horns out of his forehead. As the horns manifest on his physical form, everyone around him begins to reveal their most personal desires.
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S even teenage girls are falling over themselves with laughter. But this is the cast of the film Rocks , a celebration of female friendship in east London — and they are unstoppable. They pull peace signs, stick out their tongues. They keep laughing. A collaborative project, co-written by Theresa Ikoko and Claire Wilson, Rocks tells a fictional story developed through workshops with teenage girls from east London, and its cast are largely non-professional actors making their screen debuts. The girls improvised the dialogue while two cameras rolled, giving Rocks a documentary-style feel and a tang of authenticity. As pressure mounts, she struggles to keep things together.
There have been many steamy, iconic sex scenes in films , and much of the time there's been a lot of emphasis on the female body. What there has historically been less emphasis on in these movies, however, is the female viewpoint. It turns out that most of the intensely erotic films that society has remembered and celebrated over the years have been written and directed by men. I guess I shouldn't be surprised; in general, most of all movies have been written and directed by men.