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CASANOVA (2005)

Certification15 Our Rating

Energetic, stylish and often witty BBC dramatisation that alternates between the gripping love triangle involving the young Casanova, Henriette and her husband Grimani, and the swan song of the world's most notorious lothario. Written by Russell T. Davies, creator of 'Queer As Folk' and the scribe behind the new 'Doctor Who'. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

David Cronenberg puts the human psyche under the microscope here, with the central characters seemingly hypnotised by their own dark compulsions. James and Catherine have an open relationship, proudly regaling each other with the ice-cold details of their latest extra-marital exploits, but a head-on crash involving Holly Hunter provides the catalyst for James's erotic obsession with auto accidents and, after hooking up with Vaughan, who re-stages celebrity car crashes, and his lover, who wears l find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A young Indian servant girl grows up alongside a princess but in adulthood first devolps a mutual physical relationship with the latter's husband and then with the husband's best friend. A superior erotic drama. find out more...
LA BETE (1975)

Certification18 Our Rating

Two centuries after The Beast, a sexual monster, was outclassed by an insatiable French lady he has returned to haunt the dreams of the American fiancee of a seriously deranged aristocratic French heir. 'La Bete' is a gloriously over the top reworking of the Beauty and the Beast myth, dark, twistedly humorous and sexually obsessed tale, very silly very saucy. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Trapped in a passionless marriage to an invalid husband, in whose country estate she is isolated, the aristocratic young Constance finds unlikely solace in the taciturn form of gamekeeper Parkin and, despite their diametrically opposed backgrounds, they unlock in each other a profound and previously undiscovered desire. 'Lady Chatterley' may be about sex, but it should not be confused with previous adaptations which have abused the soft core template of the novel. This is a beautifully shot evoc find out more...

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Gorgeous, sexy O is taken by her husband to an S&M parlour (there's a lot of soft core material on show here) in a chateau near Paris, where she is passed on to his elder step-brother, Sir Stephen, who brands her arse with his own initials. She suddenly seems freer, but not in a wild child way, more like a raging bourgeois housewife, a role she's been prepared for from childhood. Having lived the life, complete with her own apartment and Vogue photoshoots, O gravitates towards a house with serva find out more...