S uddenly, heartbreak fed the need to wear ribbed tank undershirts. You got crushed? You hid under a fedora.
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By Nellie Andreeva. Certain to create controversy, Bedroom Community revolves around a group of swingers — suburban couples who swap partners. Lionsgate shot a presentation for the project, which is now being shopped to cable networks. Bedroom Community is one of the first projects shepherded by reality producer Eli Frankel, who in March signed a two-year deal with Lionsgate.
They should have just called it Awkward Encounters. Make that, incredibly awkward. So how did they first get into the swing of things?
Documentary television is a genre of television programming that broadcasts documentaries. Televised documentary finds its roots in film, photojournalism, and radio. Traditionally, much of television documentary production was done using 16mm film cameras with quarter inch tape recorders providing sync sound.
They were the sort of explicit sex scenes that would have had Mary Whitehouse reaching for the remote control in disgust. A Channel 4 documentary about American "swingers" last night featured full-frontal nudity, a graphic five-in-a-bed romp and two women having sex with a strap-on vibrator. Little was left to the imagination.
We can't help but be interested in the lifestyles of the rich and the famous. There's something about their grandeur routines that piques our interest, and nothing more so than what they do in their private time. Sex tapes, scandals and stories dominate the press as everyone wants to know who is bonking who and how. However, one thing that's always been prominent in Hollywood, and something that many of us just can't get our heads around, is sex parties.
Rate this film: votes, average: 6. Two couples from different generations have found an escape from life's monotony by embracing the swinging community. However, as their circumstances change they are confronted with questions about the viability of their lifestyle choice.
Before his departure this week to Los Angeles for the much anticipated world premiere of the film, Schisgall spoke to indieWIRE from his apartment in New York City about the origins of the project, documentary aesthetic styles and choices, representation of sex in cinema and the provocative topics that are at the heart of his debut documentary feature. David Schisgall : I first floated the idea of a documentary about swingers as an idea for a group project in my first year film class at Harvard University. It was tabled along with many other ideas; it was maybe even very, very, very briefly discussed. Or a higher shooting ratio?