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Sex for the lost generation
on 29 March 2016
"Q" is an interesting and entertaining film, involving several good actors, that seeks to offer a snapshot of 'life' in contemporary Western society.
It's an 18 - and I was, on initial viewing, amazed it was passed as such (rather than an 18R) - as there is real, full sex on screen. While aspects of this are done artistically, it's nonetheless intended - at times - to titillate (and I enjoyed seeing lots of naked female bums and breasts! Very attractive).
It a tale of wayward young adults, lost for something to do, unemployed in modern times. Society has failed these individuals. The film focuses on the relationships between these young adults (aged c. 18-24). And if follows a woman who decides that she and her friends ought to sell their bodies for sex in return for money - but only to men that they like.
This is a rather daring French film (with English sub-titles). It's got a low-budget, but looks good on Blu-ray.