Q - DVD Preview
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IN HIS graphically erotic new film Q, controversial French filmmaker Laurent Bouhnik (24 Hours in the Life of a Woman) uses the current economic crisis as a trenchant social backdrop to the lives of a group of conflicted teenagers.
It is released on DVD and VOD on Monday, December 5, 2011, by Axiom Films.
When the enigmatic Cecile walks into their lives, their deepest-felt sexual urges are unleashed and their worlds changed forever.
Positioning itself within the lineage of In the Realm of the Senses, Behind the Green Door, Intimacy and Nine Songs, Q is a probing look at the nature of sexual impulses and the unique intimacy that only sex can create between two people.
Sure to cause controversy, Q bares all with its cast of youthful newcomers delivering wryly observed dialogue behind an unbridled depiction of carnal passion. Q is a subversive and explicit adventure that is impossible to forget.
After the death of her father, 20-year-old Cecile (Déborah Révy) looks for support from her friends but it’s only through random sexual encounters that she finds solace. Alice (Hélène Zimmer), who lives under the thumb of her repressive parents, dreams of the ‘perfect love story’ but her ‘secret’ boyfriend Matt (Gowan Didi) can’t commit to anything substantial.
Given striking immediacy by the graphic depiction of real sex, it is these stories of love and desire that form the emotional and sensual epicentre of Q.
In French, with subtitles
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Running time: 103 mins
UK DVD Release: December 5, 2011