Balancing Pornographic Sequences in Movies

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Balancing Pornographic Sequences in Movies




Every movie is missing two things - titties.

But some movies HAVE titties, in fact, MANY do! But at what point does this, and/or other displays of sexual imagery or sexual acts, become overbearing? How many titties can be in a movie before the movie is just about titties? Is it a question of quantity, like a simple ratio, or is it about how and why it's done? Is there an objective answer, or near-consensus, or is it all subjectively random?

Japanese film makers need to chill the fuck out.

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Post on Sat Jun 05, 2010 1:42 pm by strangerthanfiction

It depends. If you have, say, ten girls naked in a room having an orgy, then the movie becomes just a sex movie. But you can have somebody like Kristen Scott-Thomas naked in a movie (e.g. The English Patient) taking a bath and you know that the whole thing isn't just about sex, it's just that she's naked.

I'd say three or more indicates a boobs-for-boobs-sake approach.

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Post on Sat Jun 05, 2010 2:48 pm by J-Mads

Hmmm... well you see in the Japanese erotic horror film I was watching, there were only 4-6 boobs, possibly just two (I had a hard time telling the characters apart, the subtitles cut out partway through it, and my memory is iffy anyways) which I wouldn't call a lot. There might've been 60 in Rush Hour 3 but that certainly isn't a porno.

There were no penises to speak of (some were implied but in Japan you can't really show dongs) but there was some condiment rape. Salad dressing, ketchup, things like that. And the plot itself, which was about cooking people in to dumplings that tasted awesome, didn't really seem that important. In fact, very little happened at all. Some murder, a little rape, an old Chinese man commanding a young Japanese girl to masturbate, and then a bit of investigative journalism. Was it horror? Was it porn? Was it so artsy that it flew over my head?

I've had trouble finding coherency in anything lately, but this was particularly nonsensical. Maybe the final half hour would've wrapped things up clearer if the subtitles were still working.

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Post on Sat Jun 05, 2010 3:49 pm by dohnage18

And you watched this why?

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Post on Sat Jun 05, 2010 8:09 pm by J-Mads

I like to broaden my horizons.

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Post on Mon Jun 07, 2010 5:21 pm by strangerthanfiction

So do I. I feel like this is something Ben would show us and be like, "OMG ART" (if it were any good, that is).

I meant "three or more" in the sense of "three (women) or more."

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