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Don't miss the saucy story of Henry and June Miller, and their mutual relationship with Anais Nin.
The controversial Cannes film will screen in Australia uncut.

SBS 2: Bloody Bromance: Rodriguez

Enjoy hours of mayhem and riotous fun this November, thanks to these pulpy homages by Tarantino's BFF, Robert Rodriguez. Every Wednesday on SBS 2.

SBS On Demand: Decadent erotica

Warm up for 'The Duke of Burgundy' with these fantastically erotic movies available at SBS On Demand.
Gaspar Noe's new movie 'pushes the envelope even further than Nymphomaniac'.
You'll cancel your plans too, when you see the range of free movies you can watch online right now. (Pictured: Next Door, from our Get A Room collection).
A good exercise in being non-judgmental.
Film marketeers are convinced that potential viewers have to "identify" with the subject of a given film in order to connect with it. Hence the reductive inanity of assuming that women might not want to see a film in which the Nazi occupiers of...
Brave performances, a moving score and skilful cinematography...
You\'ll probably remember the film\'s R rating was reviewed recently, and upheld. is based on the acclaimed novel by Scott Reim, and directed by American Indie filmmaker, Gregg Araki. With brave performances, a moving score and skilful...
Ally Sheedy and Radha Mitchell deliver two superlative performances.
Syd, (Radha Mitchell), has recently been made assistant editor at Frame, a New York photospread magazine, though her (male) boss treats her as a bit of a dogsbody. She lives with James (Gabriel Mann) in a small apartment. Her life changes when...
There are some good performances, but not enough to save this dreary film.
If you think \"greed is good\" died with Gordon Gecko in Wall Street, think again...the ethos is still alive in Boiler Room. Greedy, ambitious Seth, Giovanni Ribisi, the son of a Judge, Ron Rifkin, who quite understandably disapproves of his son,...
A visually rich film with the violence dealt with more discreetly than in the book.
Bateman occupies an office at Pierce & Pierce, who specialise in murders and executions, oh, sorry I got that wrong - it's mergers and acquisitions. You can't say he works there - he arranges lunch at 'now' restaurants, he gives sartorial...