Nick Broomfield and a documentary crew visit Pandora's Box, an up-scale house of bondage on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue, where clients pay $175 an hour to be subservient to mistresses. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Masochism, rubber, corporal punishment, wrestling, and infantilism are all examined into detail as a documentary crew visits a bondage house and its mistresses in upstate New York.
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Miguel P (br) wrote: One of the best movies I have ever saw
WS W (au) wrote: Another coming-of-age from a dysfunctional family comedy.
Timothy F (gb) wrote: Samantha Morton is, as always, an angel, but she can't save this script. This film, like so many recently, can't decide whether it wants to be sentimental or comedic and, as a result, fails at being either. It's a shame this couldn't have been more sure of itself for it had some amazing elements.
Tanisha B (mx) wrote: Good story that had potential to be terrifying. Really underrated. Bad acting though.
Crystie P (au) wrote: This was the best movie that I have ever seen I can relate to every thing in it and I would watch it again and again
Scott R (ru) wrote: Some of the worst acting of all time. Not sure how anyone could like this movie.
Matthew S (mx) wrote: Someone thought it would be a pretty good idea to cast an ex-Beatle in a caveman movie with stop-motion dinosaurs, marijuana berries, and next to zero English dialog. Someone was wrong. There are parts that are a bit amusing (like the time being Oct. 9, One Zillion BC), but it was mostly just dull in its simplicity. I can see young children (and perhaps cavemen) getting a kick out of grown men running around the desert in fur underwear, fighting off goofy dinosaurs, but there's really not much there for the adults. Well, except for trying to figure out why anyone would put a slapstick attempted date-rape scene in there. And yes, that's really in there.
Paul P (ag) wrote: I like this cast alot, the story intrigues me and Paul Schrader is brilliant...done deal!
J A (ru) wrote: Wikipedia FR: "Dernier film emblematique de la Nouvelle vague, La Maman et la Putain etonne par sa thematique decalee : alors que la societe revendique une redefinition des rapports amoureux, le film de Jean Eustache s'acheve sur une tres traditionnelle demande en mariage, et montre la tristesse d'une certaine "liberte sexuelle" ou encore le desespoir lie a l'interruption volontaire de grossesse. La jalousie, sentiment que chacun affecte d'evacuer, frappe a son tour chacun des personnages principaux du film. [...] A sa sortie, le film creera un scandale important pour differentes raisons. Son titre, pour commencer, et ses differentes affiches qui evoquent l'amour a trois ; sa thematique jugee reactionnaire par la generation soixante-huitarde : des emblemes de la gauche sont moques - Sartre est traite d'alcoolique, Duclos de rat - et le mot d'ordre "jouissez !" est retourne contre lui-meme ; sa trivialite, enfin, dans certains dialogues et dans certaines scenes."
Dankwa B (es) wrote: Loved it! The shots and editing were excellent as was JOHN LEGUIZAMO. Great performance by him!