In Corpore is "a sensual, sex-positive exploration of contemporary relationships, shown through four anthological stories set in Melbourne, Berlin, Malta and New York." It's all about relationships, specifically what happens when love gives way to lust and commitment deals with infidelity. Directed by Sarah Jayne and Ivan Malekin, this Australian film tells the stories of four couples who must deal with the consequences of suppressing desire or throwing caution to the wind. They made this movie when they were newly married as a way to openly discuss the definition of marriage and the boundaries of relationships. I've never seen a sex-positive anthology before, so there you go. It's a pretty interesting film that shows that no matter the label on a relationship, we often find ourselves dealing with the same issues. While there's plenty of nudity and love making scenes, this isn't explicit, if that's a concern. It will, however, make you question the ways that we use love and sex in our lives and with the ones that are part of them.
In Corpore is a completely improvised feature film that explores love, sex, monogamy and infidelity. Set in Europe, Australia, and America, In Corpore tackles traditional relationships and ...
December 27, 2020