Scenes of a Sexual Nature

Scenes of a Sexual Nature

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A low budget UK production, famous as much for its production stories as the film itself. See the website for a bunch of podcasts & making-of videos including one titled 'A unique look on how a film with a budget of  260,000 pounds attracted a-list actors and gained a nationwide release'. ... More

Sex and love. Some seek it, some need it, some spurn it and some pay for it, but we're all involved in it. Set on one afternoon on Hampstead Heath, London, the film investigates the minutiae of seven couples. The film is a comedic and erotically charged look at what makes us tick.Hide

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This is an interesting vignette that follows seven different stories that happen in one afternoon in Hampstead Heath and has attracted some good acting from the diverse British thespian pool.
The camera pans around and often the different characters will appear in the background of another story and remind us that a hive of activity is constantly happening around us. This will appeal to anyone who has sat down and people watched and wondered what little stories are happening around them. The... More seven stories of sex and love cover almost all the spectrums of possibilities and not every thing is as it first appears. I often judge a good movie by the fact the story lingers much longer then the film reel and this movie is no exception to that rule.Hide


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  • BBC

    A determinedly low-key comedy drama with no revelations to rock your world, but it's also an invigorating breath of fresh air... Full Review

  • Full credit to the makers of Scenes of a Sexual Nature for making a good-looking, talent-filled feature for a reported cost of just ?260,000. If only the end result didn't feel like such a public thank-you to those who took part, an open-air drama workshop in the guise of a film... Full Review

  • Writer Aschlin Ditta struggles to produce a convincing whole, but does come up with some nice vignettes, particularly the McGregor/ Hodge and Lester/Tate scenes, as well as some memorable conversations about what if the great fire of London had never happened, political correctness and the varying sex- symbol status of Felicity Kendall and Penelope Keith... Full Review

  • First-time helmer Ed Blum squanders an impressive cast by forcing them to recite screenplay's banal dialogue, creating a skit show that wouldn't cut it on local TV... Full Review