Underground diva Marina de Van (In My Skin) asserts her position as the most provocative female voice in French cinema today, looking at sex, love and the naked flesh the age of dating apps and one-night stands. The female body as a polemic in this taboo-pushing film by turns teasing and disturbing.
A former screenwriter for François Ozon (Under the Sand, 8 Women), Marina de Van (In My Skin) asserts her position as the most provocative woman’s voice in French cinema today. In the age of swiping right and one-night stands, the 40-something filmmaker takes a candid look at sex, love and the naked flesh, questioning how we relate to others. Venting her spleen — not without humour — on our relationship to sexuality, she uses her own body as a stand-in for an image of womanhood all too...
| 85 minutes | 2019
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