2019 Canada drama by Rodrigue Jean set for UK DVD release on 28th September 2020
2nd August 2020
The Acrobat is a 2019 Canada gay drama by Rodrigue Jean. Starring Sébastien Ricard, Yury Paulau and Victor Fomine.
There are no censorship issues with this release.
UK: Passed 18 uncut for strong real sex, nudity:
2020 Tla Releasing R2 DVD at UK Amazon released on 28th September 2020
In an American town undergoing a construction boom, a working man enters a romantic relationship with a Russian acrobat visiting an apartment. Following a trapeze accident, Micha has a
broken leg and goes around on crutches. The two men meet every night in the apartment Christophe has bought hastily. The two lovers cut themselves off from the outside world, at the heart of winter, and explore their lust without restraint. ' The
Acrobat' is a fiercly sexy drama, a no holds barred look at an unbridled animal connection between two unashamed men.
When you click on the film Love on Netflix, where it has spent the last week in the Top 10 of the service's most-watched movies and shows, the very first thing you see is a woman dragging her nipple up and down a man's erect penis as she
masturbates him and he fingers her clitoris, which is pointed directly at the camera. This isn't implied, or done with prosthetics of any kind. The scene continues in a single take for nearly three full minutes, climaxing--heh--when he ejaculates. To
clarify one more time, it is not some sort of gluey substance used to cinematically replicate the bodily function that you see. The dude cums.
The film, from shock-art director Gaspar Noe , was actually released in 2015 , when it
made headlines for its screenings in 3D cinemas, where you could see the jizz come flying at your face. While, for obvious reasons, the ACTUAL SEX of it all dominated most discussion of Love , it was in the service of a fascinating erotic drama about
relationships. Netflix tags it as both steamy and cerebral, which... solid LOL there.
2018 Netherlands / Belgium drama by Rene Eller just released on UK DVD, 18 rated with real sex
12th June 2020
We (Wij) is a 2018 Netherlands / Belgium drama by Rene Eller. Starring Aimé Claeys, Tijmen Govaerts and Pauline Casteleyn.
Passed with 'strong real sex' for a BBFC 18 rating.
UK: Passed 18 uncut for strong real sex, sexual violence, violence, very strong language:
2020 Matchbox Films R2 DVD at UK Amazon released on 8th June 2020
During a scorching summer in a Belgian-Dutch border village, eight teenagers play games of discovery to break the listless monotony. They challenge each other and themselves and pretty
soon, their sexual curiosity starts to blur the lines between right and wrong. As innocence is crushed in depraved games and sexual exploitation, the teenagers soon turn into ruthless predators.
The latest cinema cuts from the BBFC, for animal cruelty
30th April 2020
Thanks to Trash Panda
Dau: Degeneration - Episode 9 is a 2020 Germany / Ukraine / UK / Russia drama by Ilya Khrzhanovskiy and Ilya Permyakov. Starring Vladimir Azhippo, Dmitry Kaledin and Olga Shkabarnya.
A secret Soviet Institute conducts scientific and occult experiments on animals and human beings to create the perfect person. The KGB general and his aides turn a blind eye to erotic adventures of the director of the
Institute, scandalous debauches of prominent scientists and their cruel and insane research. One day, a radical ultra right-wing group arrives in the laboratory under the guise of test subjects. They get a task - to eradicate the decaying elements of the
Institute's community, and if needs be, destroy the fragile world of secret Soviet science.
The latest cinema cuts from the BBFC are to episode 9 of the Russian language arts film DAU: Degeneration. The film was rated 18 but only
after cut for animal cruelty.
Thanks to Trash Panda who notes that the film has been streaming on dau.movie for several weeks in its uncut format with an assumed BBFC 18
label. Of course BBFC certificates are essentially voluntary online and do not carry any legal force.
Trash Panda also notes that another film fro the DAU project, Dau: Natasha, has proven controversial as actors were actually hurt on set.
Perhaps related to the BBFC cuts here, Dau Natsasha has just been hastily taken down from the DAU website. Maybe they realised they were being a bit presumptive when streaming the film with a BBFC 18 label.