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Sie kommt jeden Mittwoch um dieselbe Zeit in sein Haus, nur für ein paar Stunden Zweisamkeit. Danach verschwindet sie wieder. Erst als die geheimnisvolle Fremde einmal nicht zum gewohnten Zeitpunkt bei ihm erscheint, bemerkt der Londoner Barkeeper. Intimacy ist ein erotisches Filmdrama von Patrice Chéreau aus dem Jahr , das auf der Berlinale den Goldenen Bären gewann. Intimacy - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | nudgely.se Ein Mann und eine Frau. Jay (Mark Rylance) und Claire (Kerry Fox). An jedem Mittwochnachmittag besucht sie ihn und dies aus einem einzigen Grund -- Sex. Intimacy (). User-Film-Bewertung [?]: unterirdisch schlecht mittelmässig gut weltklasse / 5.

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Intimacy. Kinospielfilm | | Drama, Erotik | Frankreich. Hauptdaten Arte France Cinéma [fr], BAC Films [fr], France 2 Cinéma [fr], Mikado Film S.r.l. [it],​. Intimacy - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | nudgely.se Intimacy. FSK 16 | Min. | Frankreich Cover Silbernen Bären für Hauptdarstellerin Kerry Fox. „Erotisch & provokant - ein fesselnder Film“ TV MOVIE.

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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. A man Mark Rylance wants to know more about the nameless woman Kerry Fox with whom he has weekly trysts.

Patrick Cassavetti , Jacques Hinstin. Jan 6, Mark Rylance Jay. Kerry Fox Claire. Timothy Spall Andy. Alastair Galbraith Victor.

Philippe Calvario Ian. Marianne Faithfull Betty. Susannah Harker Susan. Rebecca Palmer Pam. Joe Prospero Luke.

Patrick Cassavetti Producer. Jacques Hinstin Producer. Charles Gassot Executive Producer. Anne-Louise Trividic Writer.

September 29, Full Review…. April 26, Rating: B-. December 6, Rating: 2. December 8, Rating: 2. October 21, Full Review…. How would you script this?

Could you script this? It's marvelous to watch. As the plot advances the dialogue is spare. A sign of great film making in my view.

The camera work and editing provide the clues as to what is transpiring. At the heart of the movie, the tables turn in an unexpected way that leaves the viewer breathless.

You almost have to stop watching to consider all of the implications of what has happened. Sure there are some strange inexplicable events, but that's life isn't it?

So based on boldness, superb acting, amazing realization or direction this film will shock and satisfy, puzzle and pique your interest. One of the greats to emerge from the new realist school of European film making.

Along with Romance and Blais Moi. Finally film making that looks at sexuality in an adult way and doesn't get coy when the actual act of sex is depicted.

I delight in seeing films that are brave enough to illuminate the act of sex, after all it's what most humans are designed to do. I just saw this film in Paris, mainly attracted to it by Mark Rylance and Kerry Fox, who are consistently terrific actors.

Looking at the other comments issued so far, I guess that most of the attention given the film will be on the graphic sex scenes, but in general they contributed well to the overall story of lost people looking for some connection in their lives, which in a city like London as it is filmed seems impossible.

Still, I have no idea how a sexually repressed country like Britain will pass this film without cuts. It will be intriguing to see the infantile controversy that this film will ignite in the media when it plays here.

I wouldn't recommend this film for those who are used to fast-paced stories and quick-fire dialogue. I never found the pacing too slow but you have to watch everything carefully to feel the full impact of the movie.

If you have ever had a passionate but ultimately painful affair, this film will throw up all those feelings that you thought you had forgotten. Expectations were high for this movie but it soon becomes clear that none of the characters are likable, all are broken and you can't relate to any of them.

This movie is dark, disjointed moments in the lives of the two main characters and those in their lives. Do we still understand why the guy leaves his wife and two kids, even though he does seem to really miss them?

Do we understand why everything is so dirty and so old and the weather is always so miserable? I like movies that make me work at understanding them, I like to be challenged by characters who are unlikable.

The ending is inevitable, no one gets what they want, content in their disconnection from life. This movie left me feeling dirty, depressed and hopeless.

Was that the intent of the director? You will very, very rarely see a film with such explicit sex made is L.

Thats because, since long ago American filmmakers worry tons more about their rating and therefore the box office attendance.

The raw and and utterly believable sex scenes are the symbol in this independent film for the sincerity and genuine attempt by the filmmakers to tell a story about how people might really behave under certain conditions.

That being said, the story line becomes harder to accept as the plot unfolds. Even tho the acting is superb by every player, the more that happened, the more distanced I became.

Conflict between characters and their motivation became just more and more unbelievable, even irritating. You see the writer pushing and pushing the storyline until you don't care about the story anymore, instead of being taken in and moved, as one should be.

In spite of the writing, the film is definitely worth seeing and nevertheless refreshing in the face of Star Vehicle Movies, Action Junk, as well as guarded and censored sex scenes that are the standard fare of Hollywood standards today.

This film was made with the sentiment of "Let's make a good movie, no holds barred, no matter what" instead of "Make a movie about whatever you want, but make sure its a hit at the box office".

One for the Film Studies class. A disturbing, theatrical, thought-provoking, difficult-to-watch film which revolves around a sexual relationship between two people who almost never talk to each other.

There is passion but no intimacy in this relationship, in fact there is no intimacy between any of the characters in this film.

The male character begins to yearn intimacy, but the female character seems content with 'meaningless' sex. Overall the film is a dark and uncomfortable study, well acted but a bit too "arty" for my liking.

My husband is currently watching this film which we rented, which he seems to be enjoying. Maybe it's just my mood tonight, but I found this film unwatchable.

I found it irritating. The characters were so unsympathetic, dysfunctional and frankly boring, I couldn't work up enough interest to care about them, even in a literary sense.

I guess that's the difference between "women's porn" and "men's porn. To me, that's sad and pathetic and depressing, not erotic. Hey, call me a romantic.

Watch it for the sex scenes if you like, but for me, there wasn't much else in terms of interesting plot lines or character.

I think it's boring and frequently painful to watch. PS The movie is over. I asked my husband if HE liked it, since he watched it to the end.

His answer was NO. He read this review, and he agrees. A waste of time. One of the most unpleasant films I've ever seen.

The dialogue is howlingly bad. All the characters are reprehensible. The script doesn't make any sense whatsoever.

The only thing everyone talks about this film are the sex scenes because the rest is not worth mentioning. The story made so little sense.

The relationships between the characters were unbelievable the gay bartender, the drunk roommate, the main character befriending the overweight husband, etc.

Everyone, and I mean everyone, was dour and angry. The bits of dialogue made me laugh out loud. Nothing rang true. Notice the hilarious dialogue during the scene between the two women in the park.

I couldn't believe what I was hearing. Here's an example: "When I died, there was no one there. I had to go through the whole thing on my own. To make things even worse, the acting is strictly amateurish.

The film has a very French feel to it because the director is French but the whole thing didn't jibe at all. It was like watching British characters behave in a French manner, with everything set not in France but set in England.

It's almost like the director wanted to make all English folks look bad. Really bad. Avoid at all cost. Pathetic losers abound.

Even Marianne Faithfull, whom I expected to be classy, gets to play a frumpy character not too different from a bag lady. The males are all notably unattractive, while none of the female characters is developed enough to care about.

Kerry Fox is reasonably attractive, though. Lots of sex scenes; totally unerotic, they seem to suggest that people should have sex because they dislike each other or have no use for each other.

Far, far better than I had expected from the little I had heard not having read the numerous IMDb reviews until just now. Harsh, explicit and uncompromising, this film hardly welcomes with open arms.

In fact nobody in the London as depicted seems to even dare to open their arms, except the two main protagonists, and they dare not open their hearts.

It is in many ways a desperate and cynical film but unfortunately the squalor and general air of intolerance is only too familiar. There are, however, glimpses of the humanity beneath the surface that enables a city like London, the people of a crowded, selfish city like London to relate, however briefly, however seemingly meaninglessly, to each other.

We do not live in times where there is too much time or opportunity we must grab our pleasures, indeed our needs when we can.

Desperate, yes but uncaring, no and indeed a most ambitious attempt to illustrate the true nature of many relationships and the struggle for freedom and gratification when everyone is cheek by jowl and in direct competition.

Brave perceptive film making. With it's premise of anonymous sex and emotionally distant characters this in some ways resembles a cross between "Last Tango in Paris" and the recent "Closer" but the manner in which the material is handled fails to come even remotely close to those superior films.

Story is about Jay Mark Rylance who's a divorced father of two boys and now is head bartender in a popular English pub. Subsequently, it is made clear to Jay that Claire will not leave her family.

They meet for a final time and have sex with an intimacy that has been missing during the illicit sex sessions of their previous encounters.

Intimacy was placed at 91 on Slant Magazine' s best films of the s. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Release date. Running time. Slant Magazine.

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It is in many ways a desperate and cynical film but unfortunately the squalor and general air of intolerance is only too familiar.

There are, however, glimpses of the humanity beneath the surface that enables a city like London, the people of a crowded, selfish city like London to relate, however briefly, however seemingly meaninglessly, to each other.

We do not live in times where there is too much time or opportunity we must grab our pleasures, indeed our needs when we can.

Desperate, yes but uncaring, no and indeed a most ambitious attempt to illustrate the true nature of many relationships and the struggle for freedom and gratification when everyone is cheek by jowl and in direct competition.

Brave perceptive film making. With it's premise of anonymous sex and emotionally distant characters this in some ways resembles a cross between "Last Tango in Paris" and the recent "Closer" but the manner in which the material is handled fails to come even remotely close to those superior films.

Story is about Jay Mark Rylance who's a divorced father of two boys and now is head bartender in a popular English pub. Every Wednesday afternoon he meets Claire Kerry Fox and the two of them have sex but do not discuss with each other who the other person is.

Jay enters the establishment and views the play and actually meets Claire's husband Andy Timothy Spall and starts a friendship with him but after a few visits it becomes apparent to Andy what is going on between them.

The story takes an angry approach to it's characters as their portrayed as people who just cannot commit completely emotionally and while as interesting as that is it's hard to feel one way or another for those involved.

In "Closer" we don't feel remorse but we do understand and feel their pain and anger but here the story tries so hard for the viewer to know how distant these people are that it ultimately becomes impossible to have one feeling or another.

Spliced into this film are some pretty good performances and while Rylance shows he can carry a picture it's the always reliable Fox that is easier to identify with.

Arguably the best performance comes from Spall Secrets and Lies who shows us a character that has good instincts but after all the years of marriage finds out that his wife is terribly unhappy.

Chereau presents us with characters that had real potential but the script fails in terms of allowing the viewer to be interested in their struggles.

Imdbidia 8 February Intimacy is a European co-production directed by French director Patrice Chereau in his first English speaking feature, also set in the UK.

The script is based on two pieces by writer Hanif Kureishi: the book "Intimacy", and the short story "Nightime". Intimacy is a soaring and raw movie about mid life disenchantment, and the need of physical contact to built emotional one.

The film has been controversial due to the presence of explicit sexual scenes. However, reducing such a good film and story, to just the sex scenes is intentionally misleading, moralistic, and completely unfair to a story that presents many of the problems of middle-agers in a honest and raw way: abandonment, divorce, loneliness, the feeling of being lost and emotional empty, the sense of not going anywhere in life, the trouble to fulfill your responsibilities as an adult despite being all messed up in your head and soul, fracas and rejection, unhappiness and hope.

All of this is beautifully blended and portrayed in the film. The sex scenes are very strong, very demanding both physically and emotionally, simulated most of them, but very convincing as they really and feel very real.

The viewer gets the impression that is watching a real couple having sex. The sex is always raw, and goes from almost brutal to sweet, from hungry to delightful, from anxious to comforting, with all the body language and emotions associated to different emotional states.

Being so, the viewer does not feel aroused by the images, but sad and anxious about the couple being so needy of contact, and so unable to contact.

The sex, in that sense, is a proof of the soul and feelings of the characters, not a dirty thing. In that regards, the film creates a clear line between what sex is not, and sets a clear boundary with porn, despite the fellatio in the film being non simulated, which is portrayed as a sweet moment of sharing and not a as woman mechanically sucking a man off for his own pleasure and as a sexual slave.

The art direction is great, as well as the music. The performances by all actors are terrific, convincing, powerful, and masterful, especially the leading couple Mark Rylance as Jay and Kerry Fox as Claire, in two roles that are extremely demanding both at a physical and emotional level.

Although Galbraith is always terrific, I don't think he was the right person, physically, for his character, as it is difficult to believe that Claire would be with this sort of guy, to be honest.

A very sad movie, not easy to watch, with confronting images and themes, moving at times, with a very powerful story, wonderfully performed and directed.

Abstain from viewing if you are a puritan, as you will only see the sex. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. I mean real drama.

I mean the kind that is designed to turn you inside out rather than merely distract you from anything real. I think this is real.

Its clearly meant to matter and designed so. Everyone involved is committed. The actors slightly cross that line about showing sex and therefore let us know that we are meant to take this as real, as intended.

And we do. I'm sure it works for some viewers. It didn't for me, and I think the reason is simple. I'm not British. There are three main characters here, involved in a triangle, the tentativeness and purpose of which forms the spine of the story.

But they are surrounded by others. Men with men and women with women. These characters I think are meant to define a sort of broken world, a sort of disordering set of forces in which our three are situated.

So they are quirky, exaggerated, and because I'm seeing traits that I only see in other British films, they seem to be templates and therefore unreal.

They seem to be from a store, that same store where you get eccentric secondary characters for romantic comedies, or that Bristish twist, the self- absorbed "Trainspotting" genre.

This ruins the whole effect for me, because they may be real people, but they live in an unreal world, so the story doesn't matter.

But there is one thing about this that is remarkable. Its the construction of the narrative. Remember that the whole thing depends on us getting the message that these actors are committed to being real?

Our focus character is a woman who is an actress, trying to be real. More, as she in the movie is intent on showing us how to be real, she plays a character who is not only an actress with similar aspirations.

But she has a job showing other less "talented" actors how to do the same. Its a really cool narrative fold.

The problem with folds is that they are usually outside the narrative, a sort of metanarrative that declares the movie is fake. But you cannot really get much away without folding these days.

So this writer has folded directly and openly within the story in a way devised to move the metanarrative away from outside the film to coming from within.

Its a character folding, not an actor. Even though this did not work for me, it might for you. And this very clever engineering of narrative makes it worth watching.

Ted's Evaluation -- 3 of 3: Worth watching. For art house movie lovers, easily one of the best movies so far this year. In the French Cinema Verite tradition, the story looks at the ultimate bleakness of a purely sexual relationship where the two participants meet only for sex and know hardly anything about each other.

From an initial kitchen sink drama level it opens out into a more colourful world where we see the two main characters in the context of their individual worlds.

The characters feelings have, by this time, developed for each other, but without any knowledge or understanding of their respective lives.

A scene involving an acting class seems to comment not only on how we can compartmentalise our lives in this way but raises questions about acting, in art and in real life, and also on the boundaries of intimacy and censorship.

Intimacy pushes the censors boundaries in this film, as have a number of recent French films - the graphic inclusion of genitalia and oral sex being the issues here for British cinema, which have been passed uncut.

The movie is neither titillating or gratuitous, so cuts, it could be argued, would have been morally abhorrent. The transformations Kerry Fox undergoes are emotionally powerful - I still felt shaken by the time I got home from the cinema.

Miguel Fialho 16 July Let's start with a few questions! How do we get really intimate with someone? With your mind or with your body?

And at which point are we willing to share our intimacy? Let's just try this particular point of view one of many in this movie.

The one that struck me the most. People who talk and try to help someone with their personal experience may give a little enlightenment but never touch one's unique mind nor will fully understand the equation of it.

Sometimes, it's better not to speak at all. Just like Claire Kerry Fox's character shouts to her husband after their quarreling: "You don't even know how to hurt me!

It's the only thing that's left to get intimate with someone and doing so, openly, we don't pretend who we are. No words should be spoken. Here, intimacy is to acknowledge only with body and never with the mind.

It has nothing to do with pleasure. It's sharing to the very core of physical acquaintance. And doing sex like this it's the ultimate essence regarded only to whom can't "play" anymore their ordinary lives.

BumbleBoo 23 June This is a mind blower for realism and film craft. The story of life in London for the no-hopers with a very French feel to it.

The fast moving camera work gave the added agitation and stress to life there and one forgot that this was a movie because you were right in it experiencing the emotions of love and despair.

The acting was brilliant from the two main characters and move over the porn industry for this was the most realistic love making I have ever seen in a main stream movie.

Never seen an erect penis in mainstream before! Highly recommended. Scood 1 April This film will leave its mark on many, you will not leave the cinema with a happy smile and a warm comfortable feeling.

Rather, you will feel empty, vulnerable, needing to be alone for a while. Thankfully I live in a country where we are not constrained by prudishness; to have cut a single shot from the sex scenes would have been an insult to the audience, to the film and to the art of cinema.

Nothing was prurient, you shared the intimacy and the range of emotions that went with it. I wouldn't say that the acting was faultless except for Timothy Spall but the characters were so real it was easy to forget that they were acting anyway.

Thanks to all who made this film, you deserved the recognition at Berlin. Starts well enough. Had a fair amount of intrigue, but just when you think the movie is going to kick up a notch, it goes in a dull, pointless direction.

From then on it drifts and ultimately goes nowhere. Good performance by Kerry Fox. Mark Rylance is irritating, however. Red 1 January The movie stars Mark Rylance as Jay, the head barman at a club.

Somehow, he has met Claire, played by Kerry Fox. To Jay's surprise, Claire reappears every Wednesday at his apartment to have sex with him.

That's the only way to phrase it. They don't talk, and there's no foreplay. They just tear their clothes off and go at it.

There's plenty of nude scenes of both Fox and Rylance. However, it's not really erotic, because the apartment is so dirty and unkempt that all I could think of was "it's disgusting.

The plot really begins at this point, and I will carefully avoid explaining what happens next. I won't avoid saying that the plot appeared contrived and, basically, ridiculous.

I wasn't familiar with the work of Kerry Fox, but she's an excellent actor. Rylance and Spall are great actors.

It's hard to understand just what went wrong with this film. Some reviewers have suggested that director could have made a better movie in France than in England.

Maybe we in the English-speaking world think that this bizarre plots works better if the actors are smoking Gauloises and drinking wine, rather than smoking Mayfairs and drinking ale.

If you really want to see this movie, you'll have to decide whether you want to see all the sex unrated version or just the suggestion of sex R-rated version.

The movie has no real outdoor scenes, so it will work as well on DVD which is how we saw it as it will on the large screen. This isn't a great movie for anyone.

If you want porn, buy porn. If you want narrative drama, buy narrative drama. Intimacy promises both, and gives you neither. This movie is not good at all.

Apart from the explicit sex scenes, which seemed to be the first ones to be screened in the UK, I do not see what's new about this movie.

A man and a woman sharing their bodies for pleasure only. Sex-based communication and that's it. So, what else? Kerry's acting is fine enough though.

A couple of scenes in foggy weather are interesting to watch. However, the man getting obsessed about her without being able to ask her a thing instead If a movie needed to show explicit sex scenes without being in the category of "pornographic film" in the UK, then I don't get it why to write such a very simple plot with anything extraordinary in this.

It is an international co-production among production companies in France, the U. This mainstream-defined film contains an unsimulated fellatio scene by Fox on Rylance.

The film has been associated with the New French Extremity. Jay Rylance is a bartender who abandoned his family because his wife lost interest in him and their relationship.

Now living alone in a decrepit house, he has casual weekly sex with an anonymous woman Fox , whose name he does not know. At first, their relationship is purely physical, but he eventually falls in love with her.

Wanting to know more about her, Jay follows her across the streets of London to the grey suburbs where she lives. He then follows her to a pub theatre where she is working as an actress in the evenings.

Jay learns that her name is Claire, and she has a husband Timothy Spall and a son. Subsequently, it is made clear to Jay that Claire will not leave her family.

They meet for a final time and have sex with an intimacy that has been missing during the illicit sex sessions of their previous encounters.

Intimacy was placed at 91 on Slant Magazine' s best films of the s. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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