At the villa Sadie and Francesca take drugs pills with alcohol. Let me share this treasure of entertainment with you. Alex invites Sadie and Francesca to his business-partner's villa, really a 17th century walled fortress decorated with magnificent art and statues. Overall, a very bizarre film that just isn't very good. Compulsion is, in a word, obvious. The whole movie I was pretty confused about what was going on.
I'll give that to the movie, the sets look beautiful, the castle is gorgeous and the visuals in some scenes are odd yet mesmerizing. If you enjoyed the 50 Shades of Mediocrity series, you might like this one. Sex scenes were ok, as well, as far as lesbian erotica goes. Great story line set-up: writer of erotic memoirs sees old bf who apparently is a dark bad dude. Compulsion is directed by Canadian filmmaker , of the film Patch Town previously, as well as a few short films. Though several wrote of its confusing arc, I found the movie to pose mysteries later somewhat solved.
For some insipid reason she accepts. So watching was quite a wild ride, but it did conclude somewhat satisfactorily, while teasing a mystery or moral challenge for a character's future. The screenplay was penned by Brian Clark. What are you afraid of? Then here's the thing given their world and accepting their premise I have no idea why hes this intensely bad dude, why shes crying and freaking out and conflicted about the whole thing, why the current dude is lame and hated and boring, why the dancer is so innocent and beloved. Once there, Sadie begins to fear his true intentions as she and Francesca become embroiled in a dangerous game of moral and sexual discovery. The haunting trailer for Compulsion teases what looks to be a cult, one worthy of addition to the Eyes Wide Shut universe.
Interposed are brief back-shots of her in various sexual proclivities. Added a point for the fine visuals. A story that centers on a young female novelist Tipton who, along with an enigmatic woman named Charlotte, are enticed by an ex-lover to join him at his Italian villa for a weekend celebration being held to honor the release of Sadie's latest book. I just do not get it. I have to admit though, the twist at the end was a pretty good. Later it is Thierry who is tied up and on the sacrificial agenda.
Quite a bit of the action of the film is open to interpretation, and in that sense portents a weak story. After the credits, Sadie is the guest of honor at a book tour in Turin, Italy, where, in describing her autobiography, she relates her sexual feelings to a gathering. The ending was good, as well. Starring are Analeigh Tipton Warm Bodies , Marta Gastini The Rite and Jakob Cedergren Those Who Kill. Before the initial credits appear, Sadie Analeigh Tipton is engaged in an intense sexual act with her ex-boyfriend, bearded Alex Jakob Cedergren.
She's a cold fish and there is no way to engage with her character. Here's the official trailer + poster for Craig Goodwill's Compulsion, on via : Sadie Analeigh Tipton , a budding erotic novelist, is enticed by an ex-lover to join him and an enigmatic woman named Francesca at an Italian Villa. Opulence is the order of the day for cinematographer David Ungaro, who gives the film a polish and pizzazz far exceeding the mandate of such a timid story. Production values are good and some nice visuals, some adult scenes and acting is fine, but just nothing to this film. It also seems to take a few hints from Fifty Shade of Grey, but in a gothic-horror setting.
Once there, Sadie begins to fear his true intentions as she and Francesca become embroiled in a dangerous game of moral and sexual discovery. The screenwriting and plot are weak, and the film unmemorable. Sadie develops a lesbian relationship with Francesca. This first premiered at the Torino Film Festival in 2016. From Canadian director Craig Goodwill, Compulsion stars Analeigh Tipton as a woman who is enticed by an ex-lover to join him and an enigmatic woman named Francesca at an Italian Villa, discovering a sinister game of murder and betrayal. It was slow at times, perhaps to force our recognition of its very intricate, ornate, and occasionally beautiful scenery. I wasn't expecting it and it's the only good thing from the movie.
Google+ Compulsion is produced and directed by Canadian filmmaker Craig Goodwill. Was very disappointed, and at times bored, some shocking scenes but nothing to save this very lame effort of a film! Also the villa, the internet has more interesting and sweeping views, they could have done so much with but did not. Nina Senicar, Anita Kravos, and Jan Bijvoet also star. Its biggest problem is the lack of depth with Sadie. The Euro horror could have worked but like the vastness of its palace setting, there is an emptiness to the movie.