The Chambermaid
Das Zimmermädchen Lynn

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Byravan

stark photography. Typically German. Silence but expressions convey the erotic ideas well. Wouldn't give it any more than 2 stars rating.

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Sahan

The film is about a lesbian relationship. There are long silences that keep the movie static, but not paralyzed. I am sure intentionally. Can't say I loved it.

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