I Am Curious

Discussion in 'Movies' started by goldmund, Jan 9, 2005.

  1. goldmund

    goldmund Member

    Has anyone seen this great flic? Banned in the states when first released in 1967, the film's legality was put on trial and supported by some of the best minds in philosophy, politics, theology, and film in the country. Here is the Yahoo! Movies review:

    [size=-1] A young student seeks to uncover the mysteries of sex, and her extensive, scientifically controlled experiments into the ways of love make a series of strong political and moral statements. A shocker at the time of its release, the film was seized and held in Customs while being imported into the U.S.

    and a link to the review in www.imdb.com:
    http://imdb.com/title/tt0061834/?fr...DdXJpb3VzfGh0bWw9MXxubT1vbg__;fc=1;ft=12;fm=1

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  2. CUtheRE

    CUtheRE Member

    i saw i am curious: yellow recently, and the shock lasts through the change of the times.
     
  3. goldmund

    goldmund Member

    A really really good film, even if its just for film's sake. The laissez-faire cross-pollination between dramatic events in the script script, and dramatic events behind the scene (which is also intertwined throughout the film), the biting critique of how far Sweedism democratic socialism falls short, and--least i forget the most important part--the first professional film to show sex, ever! It was this film's court case s that allowed nudity/sex to be shown in the films we see today.
     

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