Camera de bixesual
July 17, 2019 What a wonderful day we had a Brands Hatch!
Here's a little highlight video to show off the day.
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One of Claude Chabrol’s most intriguing films, Les Biches opens with a rich woman, Frédérique (Stéphane Audran), picking up a young street artist (Jacqueline Sassard) called Why and taking her back to her apartment.
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All updates will be available to download from the LUMIX Global Customer Support website from 9 July 2019. ...continue reading July 4, 2019 The Queen, who has been patron of The Royal Photographic Society for 67 years has handed over the reins to the Duchess of Cambridge.
Perhaps ‘great films in which sexuality is fluid’ is a more accurate description.
But either way, the following selection brings together some of the most interesting films in which characters enjoy sex with men and women.
In the worst examples, films can be downright squeamish about their characters’ bisexuality – see (or don’t) Oliver Stone’s timid biopic of Alexander the Great (Colin Farrell played a more interesting bi character in 2005’s A Home at the End of the World).