Room in rome sex

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Room in Rome () - IMDb

I've heard that sex sells, but if it that was all it took, Julio Medem's Room in Rome might've been afforded a theatrical release, rather than playing a few festivals before making an inauspicious DVD review even a few months after that US disc release, it has yet to accrue enough reviews for even a Rotten Tomatoes rating. The film is a chronicle of a one-night stand between two women, though its use of nudity and sex is not quite as explicit, nor as expressive, as some of its closest recent relatives like 9 Songs and Shortbus. The story unfolds in a limited timeframe: We first see Alba Elena Anaya and Natasha Natasha Yarovenko as they enter Alba's hotel, from a shot that peers over the balcony in Alba's room, and the camera never leaves that room, even when the characters do. We learn that both women are in Rome on vacation; they got to talking in a bar earlier evening, and now here they are in the hotel, seemingly unsure of what will happen next. Well, Alba, being a full-fledged lesbian, seems a little more sure, while Natasha, engaged to a man, is less so. The movie starts out shadowy, in the dead of night, bodies half-hidden in darkness, gradually revealing more of Alba and Natasha as they open up to each other. By the time the movie reaches morning, shots of the two women caressing each other in the bathtub are jarring less from the explicitness than the bright, unshadowed whites making their first appearance in the entire film.

'Room in Rome': Even All Night Sex Can't Quite Sell This Relationship

Watch the video. Various lives converge on an isolated island, all connected by an author whose novel has become inextricably entwined with his own life. An unexpected affair quickly escalates into a heart-stopping reality for two women whose passionate connection changes their lives forever. A young woman engaged to be married finds herself in an affair with her soon-to-be stepmother's lesbian daughter. Fate brings two diversely different women together, and sets them on a collision course that will shatter their preconceived notions about love, life and the power of one's soul.
The plot is loosely based on another film, In Bed. Room in Rome was Julio Medem 's first English language film. During the first day of the summer in June, Alba Elena Anaya , a something Spanish tourist in Rome, brings a younger Russian woman Natasha Natasha Yarovenko to her hotel room during both of their last night of vacation in Rome. The details of how they met in a nightclub are left vague. Once in the room, Natasha is at first quite reluctant, insisting she's straight, but the clearly more experienced Alba handles deftly around Natasha's hesitance.