16. Je Tu Il Elle (1974)
For the foremost part, ‘Je Tu Il Elle’ seems like your standard unconventional art-house masterpiece. it’s within the last ten minutes approximately of the image that it totally flips out and becomes something resembling a p0-rn film, although it doesn’t compromise much on the aesthetic side. Directed by Chantal Akerman, one among my favorite filmmakers of all time, she appears together of the ladies who participate within the final, stretched-out, woman-on-woman lesbian $e-x scene, which is so miserably passionate I can only consider so other films which will even compared thereto , including match the intimacy. within the fragmented and confusing storyline, it’s tough to actually explain how the scene fits in, and thus ready to |i’ll”> i will be able to not be able to provide much context with my words here. What i do know surely is that this is often a movie that’s during a class of its own, and whether you discover the concluding lovemaking bit to be exciting or not, you’ll still be ready to see a special , innovative, and intriguing film, which may be a satisfactory experience on its own.