It's a shame, because there is so much pain and sacrifice in Ana, Mon Amour that it really makes love feel like penance and weaves an exquisite psychological pattern to justify the claim.
For the exploration it undertakes in what drives the two lead characters, both so well portrayed by Postelnicu and Cavallioti, it is commendable.
Tinto Brass - The maestro of Italian erotica is back! is a collection of six stories based on the joys of sexuality and the eroticism of a new generation of women.
A happily married 24-year-old woman who experiences an inexplicable, rather restless craving to finally live her life intensely, retells her extra-marital escapades to her husband intending to spice up their marriage.
The highlights: a deliciously retro Slow Dance at “Café des Amours”, a romantic, gastronomic dinner for two with Etoiles d’Alsace, a temporary bar on the “Bridge of Sighs”, concerts by William Sheller and Rosemary Standley, tours in the footsteps of famous lovers, a lyrical cocktail party at the Opera House, and many surprises.
You can relax by the outdoor pool in the garden and use the barbecue.
While staying in Mantua for the Festivaletteratura, a book fair, Marta follows the advice of her scheming friend Sylvia and pursues an affair with a handsome and mysterious artist named Leon, which leads to surprising results regarding her failing marriage with Dario.While all this is intense and fascinating stuff, the chronological structure creates a bridge I couldn't cross.On the one hand, the technical execution of the to and fro was handled well - it's impressive how different degrees of a receding hairline can create a sense of time.They are, as one would say, profoundly human in their imperfections and the manner in which this comes to the surface as their relationship evolves feels very true.The movie puts psychoanalysis at its core, turning it into an indirect plot device, which sometimes looks like a black box.