Liam Neeson does a good performance, as good as a sexual revolutionary as he was a political one (minus the embarrassing slang). But it's way too much in your face with details, and at the end you feel this was an Oscar wannabe adaptation of a Henry Miller novel (and one his bad ones too). Flooding the viewer with sexuality becomes excessive. I one felt the need for good o'le Victorian style mores
The power of a film does not necessarily rely on the way it is shot or put together. Kinsey shows the life and work of the remarkable sexologist Alfred Kinsey, a man that everyone should know, and the social and cultural implications of his sexual research. It is extremely interesting as an introduction to the subject and it has and it will always have its place.