Jay and Claire have sex every Wednesday in a shabby London flat, but do not even know one another’s names. When Jay decides to follow Claire to the theatre where she is performing, he meets a man whose wife is appearing in the production.
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The sex scenes are really very erotic, but I can't say much for the rest of the film. A great opportunity to use fast forward and rewind, or just click back and forth if you are watching on youtube. The "good parts" are mostly in the beginning:)
You talk. You'll ruin it. You reveal feelings, you're dead. You don't reveal them, dead you are. Damn. Life's no worth. I mean love's not. This is a great film that shows us that. That human feelings, relations (relationships - always did love the ship part on relationships i mean ships of relation, relations that sail on, off of, out of, from, out on ships.It's poetic), etc are a pit, a pitfall, a fall, and A death.
Last Tango in a shithole, starring assholes. Sex without love or intimacy isn't really sex. It's a form of mutual masturbation where you grind body parts together. That type of sex is actually the opposite of intimacy. Which is the point.
The acting, across the board, was unbearably wooden at times and laughably over-enthusiastic in others. The dialogue wasn't at all that realistic, especially the park scene with Marianne Faithful and Kerry Fox. Whoever wrote that script should be reprimanded. Really, really bad.