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Robyn Hamilton almost 5 years ago
Some interesting ideas and imagery
Austin 6 years ago
Bunuel's subtly surreal examination of the masochist.
Stephen Kavanagh 11 months ago
Louise over 2 years ago
Vicky almost 4 years ago
Jesse Beatson 4 years ago
Matthew Barry 4 years ago
Tony Esie 4 years ago
Sina Bakhshandeh over 4 years ago
Cveti Kalcheva over 4 years ago
Inês almost 5 years ago
Andrey Cherkashin almost 5 years ago
Daniela over 5 years ago
Michael Stewart over 5 years ago
Diana Vaz almost 6 years ago
Léa Vicente almost 6 years ago
Lucy Avramova 6 years ago
Jim Barton over 6 years ago
Belle de Jour is a 1967 French film directed by Luis Buñuel. The film stars Catherine Deneuve as a woman who decides to spend her days as a prostitute while her husband is at work. The title is the French name of the daylily (literally: "daylight beauty"), a flower that blooms only during the day, but also refers to a prostitute whose trade is conducted in daytime. The film was based on the 1928 novel of the same name by Joseph Kessel. American director Martin Scorsese promoted a 2002 release of the film on DVD. In 2006 the Portuguese director, Manoel de Oliveira released Belle Toujours, imagining a future encounter between two of the central characters from Belle de Jour. Séverine Serizy is a young, beautiful housewife who has masochistic fantasies about elaborate floggings and bondage. She is married to a doctor (Jean Sorel) and loves him, but cannot bring herself to share physical intimacy with him, which frustrates them both although her husband respects her wishes. A male friend,...
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