The Little Death. The impression I get from the name of this movie is so far from what it actually is. The Little Death is not actually about death at all; it is moment the French call ‘la petite mort’ or better known as an orgasm. Yep that’s right orgasm. This Australian comedy about relationships, sex, love and everything taboo will have you in stitches from laughter. If you enjoyed Love My Way and Offspring then you are going to love The Little Death.
Orgasms and fantasies are not often talked about out in the open but The Little Death has you wanting to know more. The taboo topics are laid out for the world to see and what we see, we love. From the first 5 seconds of this movie I was hooked, it doesn’t tip toe around issues and confronts them head on. This laugh out loud comedy looks at the sex lives of 5 ordinary couples living in suburbia and you will be shocked, surprised and moved by their relationships. While it is humorous, it also has a sense of realism. These five couples could be your neighbours, brother, co-workers or even yourself.
Foot fetishes are only the beginning of these sexual pleasures. When a dangerous fantasy is shared by Maeve, her partner Paul struggles to make it a reality for her. Another woman Rowena can only find complete sexual pleasure when her husband Richard is in pain. Phil has an affair with his own wife Maureen without her even knowing! Monika the call centre operator for the deaf gets caught in the middle of a dirty sex chat call while Dan and Evie try to reignite their spark through role play. And it wouldn’t be complete without the attention diverting new neighbour who connects them all.
With an incredible cast you will see some familiar faces: Josh Lawson (Anchorman 2, House of Lies, Any questions for Ben?), Bojana Novakovic (Rake, Charlie’s Country, Satisfaction), Damon Herriman (The Water Diviner, Candy), Lisa McCune (Blue Heelers, Sea Patrol), Patrick Brammall (Offspring, The Moodys), Kim Gyngell (Full Frontal, The Librarians) and Lachy Hulme (Offspring, Howzat!, The Hollowmen).
The Little Death is available on DVD and Blu-Ray from 23rd January at JB Hi-Fi and can also be purchased here from JB Hi-Fi Online. If iTunes is your preferred option you can rent or own The Little Death by downloading it from here.
The little Death explores why do we want what we want? How far will we go to get it? What are the consequences of that fleeting moment of erotic ecstasy? It is an absolute must see movie for men and women everywhere. This adults only quirky comedy is full of dry humour, fleeting sexual moments and clever exchanges between characters.
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