of the older Cult Fans will remember [or perhaps know about] a highly
controversial off-Broadway play called OH!
CALCUTTA! (1968), the first acceptance
of male and female full frontal nudity in the Performing Arts. The play
was written by a 'who's who' collection of respected entertainment
icons (from John Lennon to Samuel Beckett) and, as a result, it became
a taboo-breaking culturally-approved historical moment.
This Mexican film has received the same kind of notoriety, especially
considering that it comes from sexually repressed country. Mexico is a
country where International motion pictures are edited before hitting
the theaters and sexually charged Mexican productions (like Y Tu
Mama Tambien) are made in two versions, domestic and export. Their
rating system is divided into three categories: A, B and C, with the "C
Films" being restricted for adults over 18. Officially, these are
movies which contain "High degree of violence (including cruelty),
sexual content, and/or drug abuse and references. Verbal violence and
offensive language is permitted, but only for narrative purposes. Nudity
must be limited as determined by community standards."
Into that environment came this remarkable 2006 production, conceived
and produced by Eight A-List directors who each bucked the system and
delivered their own segment. The only thing these 8 short films have in
common... they all deal with a sexual experience. Some are funny while
some are deadly serious. Don't expect "Love Boat" sitcom scenarios
film with English subtitles; fullscreen format (4:3), totally uncut version
DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT.
Strong Sexual Themes/Drugs
for Mature Audiences