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2 Feb 2016 - 10:47 AM  UPDATED 7 Apr 2016 - 2:21 PM

From the seductive to the shocking, WM Adult is every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 8.390pm, bringing all of the scandalous, sexy films you love 

Coming up in April…

Friday 1 April 8.30pm (Australian Television Premiere)
Pseudonym (France, 2014)
Alex, a stressed out executive, is a divorced father and workaholic.  But for once he’s leaving work on time as he has a date with a beautiful young stranger who contacted him via the internet. But this blind date will flip him into a downward spiral and disrupt forever the course of his life forever.

Saturday 2 April 8.30pm
Little Thirteen (Germany, 2012)
This intense portrait of the so-called ‘Porn Generation’ explores three days in the lives of a group of teenagers striving for meaningless and unemotional sex as a compensation for love and security. Stars Muriel Wimmer.

Sunday 3 April 8.30pm
Young People F**king (Canada, 2007)
The tales of four couples – and one bold trio – are explored in candid and hilarious detail as intertwining stories in this fresh comedy, which chronicles each relationship over the course of a single sexual encounter.

Friday 8 April 8.30pm
Love (Belgium, 2015)
A young man who feels trapped by an unplanned child with his girlfriend looks back on a previous, perhaps darker, relationship with a woman who is now missing. Directed by master provocateur Gaspar Noe.

Saturday 9 April 8.30pm
Lolita (France, 1997)
A professor rents a room in Charlotte Haze’s house after seeing her 14-year-old daughter, to whom he is immediately attracted. The classic story is reimagined in this luscious film starring Jeremy Irons.

Sunday 10 April 8.30pm
Betty Blue: The Director’s Cut (France, 1986)
Director’s cut of the electrifying cult classic. Desire blinds a man to Betty’s stormy destruction. Nominated for Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA awards for Best Foreign Language Film. Stars Beatrice Dalle.

Friday 15 April 8.30pm
The Story Of O (Germany, 1975)
A young fashion photographer known only as O surrenders herself at a remote chateau at her lover’s request, where she is immediately subjected to a round-the-clock regimen of sadomasochistic rituals.

Saturday 16 April 8.30pm (Australian Television Premiere)
The Story Of O Part 2 (Spain, 1984)
James Pembroke, a powerful industrialist, has become a nuisance to his rivals. That is the reason why they have decided to neutralise him. To this end they call on O, who has turned from victim to dominatrix. Her mission is to compromise not only James in person but his whole family as well, and O does not find much resistance on her way.

Sunday 17 April 8.30pm (Australian Television Premiere)
The Story Of O Part 3 (USA, 2002)
O is a talented photographer in her late twenties with a promising career ahead of her. She is torn, however, between the tasks financial realities are forcing upon her and between her own artistic aims. Encouraged by her boyfriend, Rene, O decides that she should pursue her artistic passion without reservation. In hopes of financially enabling “O”, Rene introduces her to the wealthy and powerful Sir Stephen. What starts out as a promising arrangement, turns out to be self-destructive for O as she is sucked into a seductive world of deceit, power, and eroticism.

Friday 22 April 8.30pm
Elles (France, 2011)
On her latest assignment, a journalist for Elle immerses herself in a prostitution ring run by university students, moving her to question her most intimate convictions about money, family and sex.

Saturday 23 April 8.30pm
The Tribe (Ukraine, 2015)
Silence is shattering in this sign-language drama set in the insular world of a Ukrainian boarding school for the deaf. A new student must prove himself worthy and joins a tribe, triggering a sequence of diabolical events.

Sunday 24 April 8.30pm
Sexual Chronicles Of A French Family (France, 2011)
When youngest son Romain is caught misbehaving in biology class, three generations of a French family break their taboos about sex and open up about their experiences and desires for the first time.

Friday 29 April 8.30pm
A Blast (Germany, Greece, 2014)
Driving furiously along the highway, Maria flees, leaving behind a fire and a suitcase full of money. Yesterday she was a loving mother and wife, now all that lies ahead is an endless stretch of road.

Saturday 30 April 8.30pm
Homesick (Norway, 2015)
Bedevilled by shared demons, a young woman and her half-brother find comfort with each other. This shared yearning brings the two closer together, until they are finally tempted to violate one of humanity’s oldest taboos.