Touch Me Not (2018)

#1
It's (apparently) a mix of documentary and acted scenes from Romanian director Adina Pintilie about intimacy, which just premiered at the Berlinale Film Festival in Berlin.
The description at the festival page does not tell much, but this article (in German!) states, that half the audience left because the sex scenes were too graphic. Not in the US, mind you, but in Germany. This could have potential, but I couldn't find any information about a release to the public only a distributor for film festivals. Maybe some of you, who are more expereinced in tracking down niche films, could find something.
 
#3
I don't know, I was watching TV yesterday and saw some abstracts when they were saying it won an award or something, doesn't seem to be erotic at all. It had unattractive people, others with disabilities and so forth. Even if there will be anything explicit in it, I don't think that it will cater to our tastes...
 
#4
I don't know, I was watching TV yesterday and saw some abstracts when they were saying it won an award or something, doesn't seem to be erotic at all. It had unattractive people, others with disabilities and so forth. Even if there will be anything explicit in it, I don't think that it will cater to our tastes...
Lol wow really so just how unattractive were these people?
 
#5
I don't mean it in a bad way don't get me wrong, but I think they chose people regardless of looks to talk about intimacy etc... What I mean is that we will not get the standard sex scene with 2 hot people or whatever, it will be more with random people despite physical appearances doing stuff. Have a look at the 3 clips below. The 3rd one is what I saw on TV:



 
#6
I don't mean it in a bad way don't get me wrong, but I think they chose people regardless of looks to talk about intimacy etc... What I mean is that we will not get the standard sex scene with 2 hot people or whatever, it will be more with random people despite physical appearances doing stuff. Have a look at the 3 clips below. The 3rd one is what I saw on TV:



Reminds me of much of what Frank Moore and his team used to produce very below average looking people indeed at least according to what most of society considered to be beauty but perhaps hopefully there will be some surprises in stored for us
 
#10
The main female lead sure she's over 40-50 but damn, I wouldn't mind doing her.

I wasn't that "shocked", because I happen to know people who help handicapped people with sexual lessons (don't confuse with porn) and meditation. And no IMBD page?
 
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