Tuesday, 2 March 2010

9 Songs Film (sex) zone 14 inner 3/6

Which is position 3 in 6 best.
(condom sex).

mainstream film contains unsimulated sex, fellatio and a hot ejaculation from it.

9 Songs is a 2004 British film directed by Michael Winterbottom. The title refers to the nine songs played by eight different rock bands that complement the story of the film. The film was controversial on its original release due to its sexual content, which included unsimulated footage of the two leads having sexual intercourse and performing oral sex as well as a scene of ejaculation.

Margo Stilley has sex in 9 Songs.
video play at nudey clips. 4:54 min. hot performance let down by condom sex, but still good penitration view.

couple have sex. fem masturbate rub, cunnilingus, fuck, almost fem pov fuck, cum ejaculation on bush. 14:01 min. unrelated. Amateur.

9 songs film. wiki data.
According to The Guardian, 9 Songs was the most sexually explicit mainstream film to date, largely because it includes several scenes of real sex between the two lead actors. Margo Stilley's role is highly unusual in that she had unsimulated and very graphic sex with her co-star Kieran O'Brien, including genital fondling, masturbation with and without a vibrator, penetrative vaginal sex, cunnilingus and fellatio. During a scene in which Stilley masturbates his penis with her hand after performing fellatio on him, he became the only actor who has been shown ejaculating in a mainstream, UK-produced feature. Due to the controversy, Stilley asked that Winterbottom refer to her simply by her character's name in interviews about the film.

The release sparked a debate over whether the scenes of unsimulated sex artistically contributed to the film's meaning or crossed the border into pornography. It was released unrated in the U.S. but received an 18 certificate from the British Board of Film Classification in Britain and became the most explicit mainstream film to be so rated in the country.

In Australia, the Office of Film and Literature Classification gave the film an X rating which would have prevented the film being shown theatrically and restricted sale of the film to the Australian Capital Territory and Northern Territory. The OFLC Review Board later passed the film with an R rating, although the South Australian Classification Council raised the rating back to X in South Australia.

In New Zealand, while the Society for the Promotion of Community Standards lobbied for the film to be kept out of cinemas, it was passed uncut at R18 by the Office of Film and Literature Classification. The film was broadcast on New Zealand pay TV Rialto Channel in July 2007.

In June 2008 the film was broadcast on Dutch national television by the public broadcasting station VPRO. There was no public debate on this broadcast, perhaps because some months earlier the 1972 pornographic film Deep Throat was shown by the public broadcaster BNN. Deep Throat raised some questions in the public debate (initiated by small Christian parties), but there was no legal basis to prohibit its broadcast."

unsimulated sex in mainstream film, wiki data. they deserve our support.
if he had cum up her natural-sex it would be 5/6 or 6/6.

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