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|Alan Rudolph||Director, Producer, Screenwriter|
|Jan Sebastian Ballhaus||Asst. Director|
|Bernhard Henrich||Set Decoration/Design|
|Frank Hübner||Executive Producer|
|Barbara Jager||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Garth Marshall||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Peter Paulich||Executive Producer|
|Norbert Scherer||Production Designer|
|Gerhard Schmidt||Executive Producer|
|Andrew Sicilano||Executive Producer|
|Ulf Skogsbergh||Score Composer|
|Michael Henry Wilson||Screenwriter|
Posted October 1, 2010
not 'intimate' or about 'affairs', at least not in the modern use of the word. THERE IS NO EXPLICIT SEX IN THIS MOVIE. if you are looking for that, go elsewhere. this film is closer to a play, in that most of it revolves around a group sitting in a circle, talking about differences in the sexes and relationships. the important part of the film is in its dialogue and acting, instead of in action.
set in the prohibition era, there is an air of properness to the women, which makes for their further discomfort in some of the conversations. this is definitely one of those films where nothing much happens...however, i was very interested in watching it because it was so well-written. the actors also put in strong performances as clueless pupils in the subject of sexuality.