From the seductive to the shocking – these films are for adults only. Every Saturday at 9.30pm World Movies pushes the boundaries and takes you into the darkest corners of cinema.
The Woman Who Dreamt of a Man (Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Poland, 2010) – Saturday 10 March 9.30pm
A passionate affair between a Danish fashion photographer and a Polish economics professor develops into a dangerous obsession.
Enter The Void (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, 2009)- Saturday 17 March 9.30pm
Gaspar Noe’s directorial follow up to the controversial Irreversible premiered at Cannes 2009, and shows the seedy underside of Tokyo through the eyes of two young tourists. Linda works as a stripper while Oscar spends his nights in drug-fed hallucinations where the bright lights of the Japanese city come alive. However when he is caught in the middle of a Police sting operation he is shot and instantly killed, and soon finds himself floating above the streets watching over his friends. This Australian television premiere psychedelic melodrama bravely raises questions of sexuality and the afterlife.
Dark Sea (Italy, 2006)- Saturday 24 March 9.30pm
A hypnotising film noir starring Anna Mouglalis with both the brilliance and perversity of Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut as Detective Luca becomes obsessed with his latest case from the red-light district.
Mediterranean Food (Spain, 2009)- Saturday 31 March 9.30pm
At 15 years old promising young chef Sofia (Olivia Molina) falls in love with two men. Unable to choose between them, she marries one and takes the other as her lover.