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Unfreedom Trailer


The world is far from a fair place. Two great cities, New York and New Delhi, both serve as overwhelming symbols for economic and patriarchal control, respectively. In New York, a young Muslim man is driven by a terrible past to commit atrocities against a peaceful scholar, for reasons which seem perfectly right to him. In New Delhi, a young woman confronted with an arranged marriage, run away with her same-sex lover to pursue the relationship she needs, outside of what her society has chosen for her. With a strong an oppressive burden on these four individuals, they are all forced to look at just what is freedom, really?

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Bitter Moon Review


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Certainly a case of deja vu for Hugh Grant, Bitter Moon finds the big Hugh playing hide the little Hugh with a girl he meets on a ship to Istanbul (Emmanuelle Seigner). The only problem is that the wife (Kristin Scott Thomas) doesn't really approve. And then there's the matter of the girl's husband (Peter Coyote), who sends Grant on the chase to start with.

Why is he bound to a wheelchair? How did the innocent couple turn so perverted? Coyote's story talks about bondage, golden showers, and even ends up with Coyote crawling around on the floor, grunting while he wears a pig mask.

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