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FROM MR. MS. MAGAZINE JUNE 2007 ISSUE. Playboy Magazine produced a documentary titled Sex at 24 Frames Per Second (2003) that was written and directed by Kevin Burns and Steven Smith. It gives the viewers a brief glance at the relationship between Sex and Hollywood. In line with its producers characteristics, the film gives the audience a review of Hollywoods sex goddesses from Theda Bara and Alice Faye to Jean Harlow and Marlene Dietrich to Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansefield to Gina Lolobrigida and Sophia Loren to Elizabeth Taylor and Raquel Welch to the James Bond girls up to sexy comedienne Cameron Diaz. Of course, Playboy boss Hugh Hefner is one of the interviewees. Director Paul Verhoeven (Basic Instinct and Showgirls) and Adrian Lyne (Fatal Attraction) and actresses Sharon Stone and Raquel Welch are among those interviewed for the film. NOSTALGIC TOUR The documentary brings us on a nostalgic tour of Hollywood, showing us film clips from the silent era to the present times. We get glimpses of the naked bodies (PG-rated only) of the stars of bygone eras like Theda Bara and Heddy Lamarr. We get to hear once again the sexually witty one-liners of Mae West like when she quipped, “When Im good, Im very good; when Im bad, Im even better. ” We get to see the all-time G-rated love team of Rock Hudson and Doris Day. Under the Hayes Code (the very strict censorship code Hollywood invoked upon itself) the actors, even if they play husband and wife characters, were not allowed to be seen together in one bed. Even married couples were required to have separate beds! To get around that, Hudson and Day got to say a lot of double-entendres and the directors used a lot of split screen where they can be in say, separate bath tubs yet share the same movie screen (and viewers minds) at the same time. Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor got the biggest exposure. Marilyn represents the tragic sex goddess while Elizabeth represents the sex goddess as a celebration of life. Milestones in Hollywoods cinematic sex history like The Valley of the Dolls, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, The Graduate, Midnight Cowboy, and Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice were acknowledged. And so were the ground-breaking X-rated films Deep Throat and Beyond the Green Door at the height of the Sexual Revolution of the 1970s. But understandably, Caligula, produced by Hefners rival, Penthouses Bob Guccione, was mentioned quite negatively. ROSE-COLORED GLASSES Like Playboy magazine, Sex in Hollywood is presented through rose-colored glasses. The innocence of pre-Code Hollywood was mentioned but the hypocrisy of Hollywood under and after the Code was glossed over. The legal battles between the movie producers and the State over Censorship were not mentioned at all. And it presented Hollywood as if it were at par with Europe in terms of presenting sexuality on-screen. LEGAL BATTLES The First Amendment to the US Constitution prohibits the enactment of any law abridging the freedom of speech or press. But censorship remained. In the 1960s, the film version of Lady Chatterley Lover was banned in New York. Fortunately, the Supreme Court reversed the lower courts ruling. Justice Stewart, in his ponencia, noted: “What New York has done, therefore, is to prevent the exhibition of a motion picture because that picture advocates an idea…Yet the First Amendments basic guarantee is of freedom to advocate ideas. The State, quite simply, has thus struck at the very heart of constitutionally protected liberty. ” Milos Formans The People vs. Larry Flint gives a good picture of how the battle for censorship was waged between the anti-censorship activists and the State. SEX IN EUROPEAN CINEMA The documentary tries to give the impression that Hollywood is as sexually advanced as European cinema. Nothing can be further from the truth. By the mid-70s, sex in European cinema became ordinary fare. Before Jane Fonda starred in Barbarella, she already made a number of sexy films in France. When Sylvia Kristel as Emmanuelle burst into the movie screens, European cinema was already showing sex in cinema as a matter of course. The top ingredient of Emmanuelle was not the story or direction; it was the sheer charisma of its star, Sylvia Kristel. I saw the movie in Paris and people really queued up to see the film. I remember the time I went to see Caligula in a mainstream cinema in Paris. When I entered the theater, the film already started. Before I took my seat, I looked up at the screen and was shocked at what I saw. The film starred Malcolm McDowell, Peter OToole, Helen Mirren and Sir John Gielgud. I thought I went into the wrong cinema. I stood still for several seconds until the usherette brought me out of my shock. She kept on repeating, “Service, Msieur. ” She was waiting for her tip. While Caligula was shown in Europe just like any mainstream film, it was banned in the United States and created a huge controversy. In the documentary, Bob Guccione said that he just wanted to portray how life really was in Imperial Rome. This, to me, is very important. The Roman Empire had been inculcated in our minds as “The Glory that Was Rome”. It was the epitome of European civilization. When I was young, I thought of the ancient Romans as the Caesar of Rex Harrison or the Anthony of Richard Burton or the Brutus of James Mason or the Calpurnia of Diana Rigg. After watching Caligula, I researched into Roman history and was shocked at how barbaric it was. And yes, ordinary Roman and Greek soldiers were naked except for their shields and spears! Those who had ranks wore an upper armor but no skirts. Only the commanders wore skirt armors. Recently, for the Athens Olympics, a film was made about the ancient Greek Olympics. Many people complained that it was not realistic. Many people now know that the ancient Olympians wore nothing at all. It is quite remarkable to think that in the cradle of Western civilization, during the times of “The Glory that was Greece” and “The Grandeur that was Rome”, people actually go about their business stark naked and sex was not taboo. EXPLICIT SEX IN CINEMA The documentary did not delve into explicit sex. It ended by saying that by the late 1990s, sex was again being celebrated in Hollywood. While some interviewees said that Hollywood is hypocritical, the documentary itself is hypocritical. It tries to give the idea that sex in cinema today is exemplified by comedies like The Full Monty (1997) and Something About Mary (1998. This Playboy documentary even ignores its own Playboy Channel on cable which features steamy sex and full frontal nudity. Explicit sex in cinema has been around since the 1970s but such movies were usually shown “underground”. The one that started it all in mainstream cinema was the Franco-Japanese film In the Realm of the Senses by Nagisa Oshima in 1976. European cinema has been pushing the envelope further to the edge since then. In 1986, one of my favorite actresses, Maruschka Detmers (Prenom Carmen) shocked the world by giving her co-star Federico Pitzalis a fellatio, which was shown uncut. The brief scene was totally gratuitous. The film was mediocre and it did not help Detmers career at all. In 1998, Denmarks top director Lars Von Trier made The Idiots which included explicit sex scenes. In Switzerland and Germany, it was rated only R-16 and was even shown on Australian TV uncut. In 1999, Catherine Breillat outdid herself when she directed Romance X with Caroline Ducey, Sagamore Stévenin, and porn actor Rocco Siffredi. The film contained “unsimulated” sex accompanied with heavy philosophizing. In 2000, Virginie Despentes and Coralie Trinh Thi co-directed Baise-Moi, a film that showed explicit sex throughout the film. The film is anything but erotic. In England, respected actors Mark Rylance and Kerry Fox starred in Patrice Chereaus Intimacy (2001. There is also a fellatio scene. While Detmers and Pitzalis were young and beautiful, Rylance and Fox were middle aged and average-looking. Yet the Intimacy fellatio scene appeared more intrinsic to the film than the one in Detmers movie. Rylance is the Director of Shakespeares Globe Theater while Fox (An Angel at my Table) is an established New Zealand actress. Mainstream British filmmaker Michael Winterbottom upped the ante with his 9 Songs (2005. The films actors Kieran OBrien and newcomer Margo Stilley performed unsimulated sex which was shown in its entire splendor. Cult director John Cameron Mitchells Shortbus (2006) contains graphic sex but is also innovative, provocative and presents several perspectives on sex. It won several awards in international festivals. Shortbus lead actress Sook-Yin Lee found out that having sex on screen may be dangerous to ones job. Her bosses at Canadian Broadcasting Corp (CBC) fired her because of her sex act in Shortbus. Lee was a host of a radio program. The public and several celebrities like Francis Ford Coppola, Julianne Moore, Gus Van Sant, David Cronenberg, and Yoko Ono rallied to her support until CBC relented. THE SEXUAL SUBJECT In the documentary, Hugh Hefner said that his magazines centerfold is their way of saying, “hey, good girls want sex, too. ” While Mr. Hefner isolates himself in his mansion with a bevy of bunnies, the rest of the word has grown up. World cinema has grappled with the sexual subject in all its manifestations. Cinema offers us representations or versions of reality. When it comes to sexual activity, the manner and limits of representation in mainstream cinema continue to be passionately debated.

Download Sex at 24 Frames Per secondes. User Score Overview Directed by Kevin Burns, this documentary from Playboy Home Video examines the oftentimes tense relationship between sex, women, and popular Hollywood culture. With a particular focus given to Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield, Jean Harlow, and Sharon Stone, Sex at 24 Frames Per Second studies the role of female sexuality in film throughout the years. Tracie Cooper, Rovi Featured Crew Kevin Burns Director, Writer Steven Smith Director James R. Petersen Writer Writer.

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Sex at 24 Frames Per Second (2006) Directed by Kevin Burns Run Time - 60 min., Countries - United States, AllMovie Rating 6 User Ratings ( 0) Your Rating Overview ↓ Review Cast & Crew Releases Don't expect anything too explicit here, even though it's a Playboy production. This documentary is as teasing as the actresses depicted, as they saunter and shimmy in skirts and bikinis but never bare it all, which is OK, since it lets a wider audience take in this comprehensive examination of sex in cinema. Director Kevin Burns is no Ken Burns, but he does get his points across, using footage harkening back to the earliest crude projections. directors wasted no time in getting scantily clad women to dance in front of hand-cranked cameras. to pristine images of today's hottest stars. Along the way, notable sex-in-cinema movers and shakers, including Hugh Hefner himself, help explain what obstacles had to be overcome in order for sex to be realistically portrayed on screen. There's an unrated version that's three minutes longer than the R-rated one, so perhaps there's something more, um, penetrating in that one.

 

Download Sex at 24 Frames Per second chance. Download Sex at 24 Frames Per second life. The ultimate journey through sex in cinema. Experience uncensored screen moments with Marilyn Monroe, Mae West, Jane Russell, Cary Grant, Raquel Welch, Richard Gere, Diane Lane - and many more of Hollywood's hottest stars in the roles that catapulted them to the top of their film careers. Explore society's ever-changing views on sex and censorship in candid commentary and interviews with Hugh M. Hefner (Editor-in-Chief, Playboy) Paul Verhoeven (Director, Basic Instinct) Raquel Welch (actress, Myra Breckinridge) Camille Paglia (author, educator) and many, many more.

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Download Sex at 24 Frames Per secondaire. Having trouble trying to get to sleep one night, I knew I could count on the TV to help me overcome that problem, but I actually came across a rather decent documentary of Hollywood's love and hate attitude throughout the golden age of cinema to today's market with the somewhat embarrassing or outrageous word - SEX. In this 100-minute feature (that's narrated in a steamy female voice) we get many snippets of infamous sexual films or acts within them that had a huge impact on Hollywood's progression throughout the times. Ranging from that of the suggestive sexuality of the 30's and 40's with their seductive sirens of the big screen (Monroe and Mansfield) and also the stunning pinups. The 50s cheeky pop culture with its sexual innuendo and very lovely starlet Brigitte Bardot. The carefree 60s with its spirited love and erotic acts provided some sex symbols of the screen - like Sean Connery (for 007 fame) and Elizabeth Taylor. Then there's the 70s where it went gangbusters with its boldly raw exploitation transformation with hard-core porn, skin flicks and that of Blaxploitation films. Definitely the high point in the growth market with names like Russ Meyer, Raquel Welch and Jane Fonda. But in the 80s exploitation was pretty much underground. Throughout the 80s it looks basically at teen sex comedies and through the 90s was that of sexual violence and domination. We get a bit of the teen targeted films were sexuality really opened up again with the likes Wild things, Swimfan and Cruel Intentions and then the adult takes in Boogie Nights and The Ice Storm. Then we come to 2000 were there's some clips and thoughts are on the jokey sex comedies that flooded the screens.
We get a lot insight and random revelations about that of the church's influence on Hollywood, how film-noir crafted it own touch, that of the production code, how Hollywood compares with the European market, the rating system that was introduced in the 60s, the uproar on the Cleopatra fiasco between Taylor and Burton, Vampire and lesbian craze for tempting flesh, the controversial aspects of same sex love stories and how AIDs came to the forefront. Plus the introduction of the NC-17 tag. But the big question was how should they approach this interesting theme? Obviously with an open-mind.
The directors, actors, film critics, authors, journalists and historians are all familiar here and they discuss throughout their thoughts or about their involvement in such films (we see) that seem to ruffle feathers of the politically correct who see sex as some sacred taboo that should say behind close doors compared to say violence. But for Hollywood sex is a big money drawer as it tempts us into fantasy mode, but more often they seem to promise more then they actually deliver and play it safe (well, with the odd exception.
Some (yeah there's a lot) of the films we see bits of pieces or learn something about are:
Ecstasy. Lolita. Pleyton Place. Butterfield 8. Cleopatra. Dr. No. Marnie. Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf? A Guide for a Married man. Valley of the Dolls. The Graduate. Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice. The Boys in the Band. Midnight Cowboy. 100 Rifles. Vixen. Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. The Blue Lagoon. Myra Breckinridge. Last Tango in Paris. The groundbreaking 'Deep throat. The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The infamous 'Caligula. Don't Look Now. Risky Business. All the Right Moves. Cruising. Fatal Attraction. Basic Instinct. Henry and June. Boys Don't Cry. The Ice Storm. Boogie Nights. There's Something about Mary. American Pie and Unfaithful.
Those above are more from the 60s and onwards. I'll be damn trying to remember everyone. Sure there are some noticeable stuff that aren't evident (like that of De Palma and Eastwood's Play Misty for me) but since it clocks up 100 minutes you'll know definitely some stuff would be on the cutting room floor. Most of the interviews are interesting in what they got to say, but some get more screen time then others and actually from those ones who had small parts they probably could've added more of a variety to the mix if given the chance.
It was a fair watch that provided some informative facts and amusing thoughts from those involved, but again I wouldn't really go out of my way to see it.

Download Sex at 24 Frames Per second hand. Download Sex at 24 Frames Per second. Rate this movie What did you think? Advertisement Released 2003-09-23 Runtime 101 mins Directors Kevin Burns, Steven Smith Writers Kevin Burns + 2 more, Steven Smith, James R. Petersen Country United States Language English Genres Documentary, History Advertisement Directed by Kevin Burns, this documentary from Playboy Home Video examines the oftentimes tense relationship between sex, women, and popular Hollywood culture. With a particular focus given to Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield, Jean Harlow, and Sharon Stone, Sex at 24 Frames Per Second studies the role of female sexuality in film throughout the years. Tracie Cooper, Rovi Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement If you like Sex at 24 Frames Per Second, check out...

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