Sources who have seen the film said it contains at least three scenes — one a long montage — featuring multiple acts of aggressive sexual activity in different positions. There’s no full-frontal male nudity (the source of some NC-17 rulings when shown in sex scenes), but male-on-female oral sex, non-S&M restraints and several nontraditional sexual positions are depicted, conveying the aggression and emotional conflict between the main characters.
NONTRADITIONAL SEXUAL POSITIONS!?!? HOLD THE MUZZAFUZZIN’ PHONE!
Sounds to me like somebody (everybody) in the MPAA hasn’t been jerked off in awhile. And if they’re this frigid, they probably won’t be for some time. I can only assume that this, my friends, is why they are all simply being jerkoffs.
Bravissimo, however, to Lee and Focus Features CEO James Schamus (who is not “aschamed” of a single sex position in Lust) for sticking to their guns and not changing a frame of what promises to be a beautifully shot flick… And for writing a movie that shows what we already know: Asians do it better, y’all!
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