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Directed by Alain Guiraudie. In French with English subtitles. Not rated. As an example of what you can do with a camera and little money, the French film "Stranger by the Lake" is impressive.
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The internal conflict he goes through makes for a radical exploration of desire and risk that won Guiraudie a Best Director prize at Cannes. It's also been getting the prudish hot under the collar — UK distributor Peccadillo was forced to put shorts on all the men in their outdoor advertising posters after the original nude ones were deemed too saucy. Alain Guiraudie: I'd never really spoken in my movies before about my own sexuality — sexuality between men — or passionate love, what it means to have someone really underneath your skin, and not be able to get them out of your mind. I wanted to speak about complex human things, but in a very simple way through a familiar world I know very well, this little community by this lake. I wrote and shot it almost like a documentary. I didn't want to make something banal out of their lives and go into their houses. The big objective of cinema for me is to show reality and make it bigger than life, so it enters another dimension — something fantastic or dreamlike.
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Review: “Stranger by the Lake” turns blunt sex and noir into a provocative, haunting brew
Watch the video. Title: Stranger by the Lake They talk, things blur into the haziness of unbridled desire, then take shape for a moment as their gaze meets before they resume
In non-porn films actresses are usually the ones with their clothes off, a situation that echoes the famous poster from the Guerrilla Girls which asks if women have to be naked to get into the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We wonder about the option of sex being just another stop on the way home, after getting milk and bread at the supermarket and picking up the dry cleaning. This phenomenon of women being interested in sexual encounters between men is also nothing new: yaoi comics in Japan depict often explicit relationships between men and its audience, as well as its writers, have always been mainly women. In other countries, explicit slash fan fiction is almost exclusively written by women, including queer women, and most of the sex is between men. Although some claim this focus on male sexuality is a form of misogyny, the rationale might be more complex.