Sterne Ueber Uns
Continuing with Scandinavian this week with movies from Denmark and Sweden, although nearly all of them are co-productions with other Scandinavian countries.
It is a bit dark for any visible nudity in The Hunt aka Jagten but Alexandra Rapaport looks good.
2003, DVD quality
Another Australian movie, one which I capped 15 years ago.
Vaughn film clip (collage below)
Kripac film clip (collages below)
2008, DVD quality
Mortal Fools is a 2008 sex farce, loosely based on A Midsummer Night's Dream where couple Helen (Kaitlyn Cox) and Alex (Charles Kevin) host a housewarming party in their new palatial house and invite Helen's ex Dimi (Jai Koutrae) and struggling actress Jen (Melanie Armstrong) in an attempt to get them together and gay couple Nigel (Zach Lee) and Eddie (Dallas Palmer). Meanwhile, angels Danny (Lindsay Moss) and Suzanne (Sarah Campbell-Lambert) with magical avatar Robin (Amber Gokken) turn up to observe their behaviour without being seen by party and Danny wants to cause a bit of mayhem. The party is fairly boring and Dimi and Jen don't click, so it needs some spicing up, so Danny gets Robin to zap Alex and make him fall in love with Jen, which he promptly does in front of Helen and all hell breaks loose. Dimi is zapped and falls for Helen and disgusted by Alex's about turn on her, Helen gets revenge by having sex with Dimi, which goes badly. Danny is loving every minute of playing with people's emotions and decides to ramp it up, mixing couples both straight and gay all the while disgusting Suzanne. Danny goes too far and zaps Suzanne into reality where everyone can see her and the party all fall for her but she escapes before an orgy can break out.
Cox film clip (sample below)
Armstrong film clip (collage below)
Davila in episode 1
Ruiz in episode 3
Sisniega in episode 5
Gil in episode 6
Solo in In Search of Fellini (2017) in 1080hd
Romijn in the R-rated version of Godsend (2004) -
Ali Krieger, soccer star