17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on 28 February 2011
This DVD is a very interesting collection of short films made by women. With the backing of the Swedish authorities (at least through their art gurus), Mia Engberg commissioned several female artists to make films about sex. There was no restrictions or censorship. But men; this may be about sex, and often graphically portrayed sex at that, but do not think this is pornography.
The machinations of the female mind unfettered. And about time too. Female sexuality is a far more complex animal than most men realise (and probably many repressed women), and it is rarely given a chance to be expressed. Each of the films is very distinctive and they cover many different viewpoints of the subject, often unexpected. The styles and content are very persomal. It is clear that these women are throughly enjoying their own dispositions be it straight, lesbian or fetish.
Family viewing it certainly isn't. Neither is it your normal entertaining ride through some imaginary adventure or designed for a night of naughty pleasure. But it is a fascintating perambulation through the deeper or darker corners of the feminine psyche. Expect the unexpected.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 18 December 2012
various short films ; some feminist , some queer , some funny , sexy , odd , clever , all make you thing , so what is porn , what would I like to see , what should I dare to see . Shall watch this over and over , cant understand why it is not such a classic .Although I supose the opening of 2 people covered ina body stocking may be too complex for some . We loved it . Very boys on film / Almodovar / art stillation/ Erica Lust etc etc .