(A)sexual

(A)sexual

Facing a sex obsessed culture, a mountain of stereotypes and misconceptions, and a lack of social or scientific research, asexuals - people who experience no sexual attraction - struggle to claim their identity.

Facing a sex obsessed culture, a mountain of stereotypes and misconceptions, and a lack of social or scientific research, asexuals - people who experience no sexual attraction - struggle to claim their identity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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(A)sexual torrent reviews

Benjamin O (ru) wrote: Drifts entertainingly.

Ben A (es) wrote: fuckin well good film

Vineet A (us) wrote: Plot:v.good(4/5),S-FX:No,Emotional pull:No

Michael B (au) wrote: hilariously terribly awesome

Mattias E (mx) wrote: After a series of light comedies Johnnie To finally returns to familiar noir-territory with the stylish PTU, to re-utilize the ultra-minimalistic style of late nineties classic The Mission. In essence this means lots of scenes completely devoid of dialogue and extremely stylized action set pieces. In fact the latter are more like installations, so static it often seems time stands still. With it's refined aesthetic appeal, of which light and contrast are of major importance, PTU puts To's all previous work literally in the shade, and sometimes even creates a kind of verfremdungseffect. Late night Hong Kong looks deserted in these images, like an empty stage. Realism is obviously not what To aims at here, which also sadly means less character depth and less emotional involvement. For it's stunning visuals, though, PTU deserves to be called a masterpiece.

Carlos I (gb) wrote: A little cliche, but pretty entertaining mentor drama. Gus Van Sant follows closely to his Good Will Hunting formula here.

Sasha F (gb) wrote: Crispin Glover can make any situation awkward, but atleast his cat can eat a whole watermelon.

Ryan R (it) wrote: Great movie done by a great actor/director Robert Englund.

Brett H (nl) wrote: Quite overhyped, but still accurate to the teen angst of today, this film catapulted the short-lived career of James Dean, and created an icon by playing the aforementioned, "rebel" that audiences weren't used to seeing. The film miraculously takes place in the span of one day (which is pretty outrageous considering all the events that take place, including falling in love) and at nearly two hours, sections of the plot feel rushed. There are many classic scenes, and when Dean puts on his famous red jacket, you know you're seeing a movie star on the rise. The film is good, with many moments that any teen can sympathize with, but it's also a product of it's time and many elements feel dated and one major event is shockingly glossed over. Still a great film for a young star to get his start in, a shame he passed away so young because he did have a charming charisma on-screen.