Eva Green in The Dreamers "Is sex dirty? To be fully enjoyed, this movie's affectations have to be indulged, but they are allowances for which you will be repaid with a delectable film. Director Bernardo Bertolucci has simply given us his best picture for many years, working from an elegant, urbane screenplay by Gilbert Adair, an adaptation of his semi-autobiographical novel The Holy Innocents. Thirty-two years ago, Bertolucci's Last Tango in Paris showed obsessive sex in claustrophobic, enclosed spaces, and this is a distant cousin to that fantasy, though coloured with innocence and naive idealism. Michael Pitt plays Matthew, a year-old provincial from San Diego who arrives in lates Paris full of callow admiration for the spirit of the times and, among a crowd of protesters, finds the only two people as unfeasibly pulchritudinous as he is.
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One evening, they take Matthew home to their parents' rambling apartment for a dinner en famille. Isabelle and Theo's parents retire for the evening, leaving the three young people to themselves. Making her way to bed, Isabelle leans over to kiss Matthew goodnight, and as she does a candle flickering on the kitchen table catches her long, raven hair on fire. The action is both dreamy and superfast. The film blurs and, for a split second, goes into slow motion, much the way our senses do in the seconds before a first kiss. Time stretches out, as it does at the approach of ecstasy or calamity.
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Cursing; vampires murdering people and drinking their blood; electroshock therapy on children; projectile vomit; alcohol and drug use; and a somewhat surprising amount of sexual content, including a couple of suggested sex scenes, a suggested oral sex scene, a lot of cleavage, and jokes about sex and masturbation. At this point in his career, Tim Burton doesn't have original ideas anymore, so he puts his patented faux-Gothic spin on '70s soap opera 'Dark Shadows. By Roxana Hadadi There is probably no director living today who has a more recognizable style than Tim Burton—once you're plunged into one of his lushly Gothic fantasies, it's clear who you're watching. Burton's latest, "Dark Shadows," follows that playbook, but all the sarcastic one-liners, bloody throats, and wide-eyed waifs in the world couldn't fix this remake.