Scenes Of A Sexual Nature – Review

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I know what you’re thinking, I basically just watched some soft core porn and reviewed it. But alas no! It’s a proper film with legitimate (and sometimes serious) storylines. I can honestly say it wasn’t what I was expecting and I was glad of it.

This film is set on a summers afternoon in Hamstead Heath, London and follows the minutiae of seven seperate couples. I won’t delve into the specifics but I will say that some of the topics brought up are handled very well.

These kind of films are the films that the British Film Industry do well. It’s low budget but of a high quality and features topics that we can all relate to. It’s funny, quirky and features an A-list cast without becoming too commercial.

And the most important thing of all? It made me smile! I watched it after a bit of a rubbish day at work and it cheered me up no end. It put things into perspective and it made me laugh, which I was truely thankful for.

If you’ve got a spare 90 minutes, watch it. I can’t guarantee you’ll fall in love with it but I can guarantee you’ll see a bit of Tom Hardy’s derrière and lets be honest that’s amazing as it is.

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