Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Elder Sex Romps in German Film

I hope Wolke 9 (Cloud 9) comes to a movie theater near me soon. It's a German film about a wild sexual affair between Inge, a married woman in her sixties, and Karl, a 74-year-old man who hires Inge to tailor his trousers and then seduces her on the living room floor. Inge also has less passionate sex with her husband of 30 years in the film.


From the photos I've seen, the cast is quite ordinary looking -- no face-lifts, liposuction, or dashing looks here -- and I find this refreshing. Imagine, realistic, illicit sexual romping with wrinkles, sags, and cellulite! You can tell we're not in Hollywood.


"Of course it was important to me to show that old people don't just go on bus tours and boat cruises and buy warm blankets," director Andreas Dresen told a German newspaper. No need for warm blankets in this film, from the sizzling reviewsI've read!


Read more about Wolke 9 here, and if you've seen it, please post a comment. Does the film have emotional depth?

9/12/08 update: Here's another interesting review from ABC News in Australia. The reviewer says, in part,
The rare, liver spots-and-all depiction of elderly lovers in the first blush of infatuation has electrified German critics and drawn blanket coverage in the country's culture pages.

What is sensational about the film is that it features on-top-of-the-covers sex between a sexagenarian grandmother and the 76-year-old object of her affection, as well as between the woman and her husband of 30 years.

3 comments:

  1. Yay! Elder sex! I can't wait to see this film. Thanks for posting this, Joan!

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  2. Great reviews. I also can't wait more for this movie. I hope i will watch this movie tonight.

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  3. This does look like a great movie Joan. I also like the series Fifty Plus Viedo Magazine often hosted by Dianna Richards. She does a great job often dealing with the subject of senior sex. Great viedo actor as well. What do you think.

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