There is a magic, bohemian place where people go at night to hear erotic tales. A Madame introduces each client to a lady or gentleman, who will take them deep into a world of evocative recitation. Words flow gently as desire smoothly invades every inch and every crevice. The narrators will take you on a journey through four tales which will lead you to discover new feelings and places full of lust. List of tales: The Two Alexes, My Mother, In Wonderland, Wet sheets.
- Category:General, Adult
- Stars:Jean-Pierre Aumont, Alix Talton, Tônia Carrero, Luis Dávila, Alberto Dalbés, Nathán Pinzón, Jardel Filho, Norma Bengell, Dhumal, Kashinath Ghanekar, Raja Gosavi, Asha Kale, Lalan Sarang, Toni Fontana, Sofia Prada, Saskia Condal, Silvia Diamond, Liandra Dahl, Didac Duran, Samia Duarte, The Composer, Tennessee Pink, Simone, Eva León, Javi Ninguno, Mistress Basia, Luizo Vega, Lola Page,
- Director:Erika Lust,
- Writer:Erika Lust
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Cabaret Desire torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Surprisingly effective for a formulaic and cliche gimmick movie. You may say it has terrible acting, but that was kind of the point.
(kr) wrote: A sheet of blank paper has more depth than this movie. It was stupid and annoying and a huge waste of some of Britain's best actors. The couple at the center of this story were uncharismatic idiots. Might work as a satire, if it had been funny, but it's a soulless, truly vapid movie where the sets and costumes is the only thing worth watching.
(fr) wrote: A modern day paraphrase of D.H.Lawrence, acted a bit too convincingly, and one can't help feeling for the wronged husband. A cautionary tale, perhaps, to address issues in marriage early to shield it against such decay.
(jp) wrote: Jackson Pollock: Hardcore Alky. Abstract Expressionism = Absolutely brilliant. Not sure how I missed this film in 2000. What a triumph and for Art & what a tragedy for Pollock and his widow.
(jp) wrote: up there with the scariest.
(nl) wrote: Part 2 of number #4, Cop Deth is still trying to get back home from this unusual world, again the film still manages to avoid being terrible but the spark of the series is draining away.
(ru) wrote: Tom Selleck in a Western? Actually, once it got going, it was pretty great. Once...To be honest it was a chore getting through the first 15-20 minutes. Laura San Giacomo is so horribly annoying in this film, or most of it, that you will probably want to turn it off a few times.Then enter Alan Rickman and his goons, killing off the Natives, and since he won't join them, Quigley becomes a target as well. So he fights back.At one point Quigley basically ditches Giacomo, and the most annoying baby ever, and the last third of the film is filled with tons of gun play!The end is kind of stupid, with Rickman basically giving defeat to himself, but all the shoot out scenes were great.Had Giacomo just not been so annoying, this could have been a classic.
(kr) wrote: Hercules is very sexy.
(kr) wrote: I didn't like that every woman in this movie was a tramp. Like the assistant couldn't just be an assistant, of course she was sleeping with the boss, and the one woman scientist was a huge slut! where's the independent women at? I guess it was just the era it was filmed. Overall it was pretty awesome.
(au) wrote: Oh the memories. I grew up playing the PlayStation game long before I even saw the movie. It might not be the highest rated film of all time but it is still fun nonetheless. It's kind of cool to see James Bond working with another agent together as a team. And I really like that tough henchmen. He was cool. Lots of chases, lots of explosions, and plenty of fun cheesy lines, that for me make it a classic Bond film. It kind it even has the feeling of a war film. So all in all, great film.
(es) wrote: Pretty funny stuff!!! Nice one.