Sunday, April 17, 2016

Videos 7: "The Lobster"

I recently ran across a new movie called "The Lobster". It's a limited-release dark comedy shot in Ireland. It was shown at both the Cannes Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival in 2015, and won a prize at Cannes - so the film itself is worth watching.

But why might it be of special interest to you, dear reader? Let's take a look at the plot description from Wikipedia (click to enlarge, no spoilers):

"Masturbation is banned, but sexual stimulation by the hotel maid, 
without orgasm, is mandatory." 
Yes. Please.

Obviously, this is relevant to my interests. And I'm sure you're wondering who plays The Maid...

"I'm Ariane Labed, and I'll be starring in your fantasies from now on."

"Not even one of them is attractive. Again."

As you might have gathered from her expression above, the whole maid-sturbation (sorry) angle is played dead serious. It's the job of The Maid, and she clearly treats it as such. There's something very hot about how business-like she is as she goes about her duties.

 "Sir will keep his hands to himself."

I won't mislead you, this isn't a huge part of the film. But it's worth checking out if you're in the mood for a dark comedy - or if you're looking for an easy way to bring up tease and denial with your significant other. The Lobster will be released in the US on May 13, 2016.

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