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Room In Rome [Blu-ray]
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A hotel room in the centre of Rome sets the interior scene where two young women, who have just met, go on a physical journey which will touch their souls. Before they leave to go back to their respective lands, Spanish Alba (Elena Anaya, Sex and Lucía, Mesrine: Killer Instinct, Hierro) and Russian Natasha (Natasha Yarovenko) embark with their bodies and souls on an unforgettable one night stand. Room In Rome is directed by one of Spain’s most recognised directors Julio Medem (Sex and Lucía, Lovers Of The Arctic Circle).
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If you do not watch foreign films (and this isn't sub-titles, its in English) you really are missing the best in cinema. Try it and you will like it.
Room In Rome is definitely a film of exhausting concentration. If you’re a normal guy who likes naked women, this film might sound like it’s right up your alley, but be warned. It’s a film that tells a story first, with nudity the secondary concern. Sure, ostensibly it might not appear that way, and the constant nudity is certainly distracting if not entirely arousing, but the characters themselves become less objectifiable as you get to know them. It’s an interesting way of film-making, I think, to make the nudity so blase, so redundant to the viewer, that you focus on the story itself by the time the end of the film arrives. Medem doesn’t turn his women into objects of lust, at least, not that I could determine; they’re characters in a story, primarily. Personally, I thought the story itself was a little weak, with some contrived conversation elements that I felt didn’t work well, but I can see what Medem was aiming at. If you like some casual titillation and a fairly well constructed storyline, then Room In Rome is definitely a good watch.
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