The Loss of Sexual Innocence
The Loss of Sexual Innocence

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- 54/100 based on 2,960 votes
  • Released: 1999
  • Runtime: 106 mins
  • Director: Mike Figgis
  • Studio: Summit Entertainment
  • Genres: Drama

Non-linear film tells the sexual story of a film director from his life at age 5, 12 and 16, a man embarking on his first film in 1950s Tunisia, and finally to his current life. Along the ...... (Full plot summary below)

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Non-linear film tells the sexual story of a film director from his life at age 5, 12 and 16, a man embarking on his first film in 1950s Tunisia, and finally to his current life. Along the ...

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Chicago Sun-Times - 9/10 by Roger Ebert Not all of it works, but you play along, because it's rare to find a film this ambitious.
ColeSmithey.com - 8/10 by Cole Smithey A promising movie from Mike Figgis. Where are you Mike?
San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by Ruthe Stein It's visually stunning, especially in scenes of the African countryside, and takes more risks than most independent films.
ReelViews - 8/10 by James Berardinelli The Loss of Sexual Innocence is not a masterpiece (at times, its obtuseness can seem ponderous and pretentious), it is nevertheless a fascinating experience, with the focus being on the artistic elements inherent in the medium rather than on the narrative.
Los Angeles Times - 8/10 by Kevin Thomas [Figgis's] most venturesome, most personal - and least accessible film to date. If you open your mind and trust him completely, it's possible to experience the wrenching impact of this ravishingly beautiful and highly distinctive film.
Entertainment Weekly - 7/10 by Owen Gleiberman It's one of those woozy Jungian art jobs, a series of elliptical, nearly wordless vignettes that are meant to strike a universal symbolist chord. Director Mike Figgis frames the movie with his baroquely contemporary documentary-like version of the Fall.
Variety - 7/10 by Emanuel Levy Boasting sublime imagery, but no characters to ground his reverie, the new pic heavily relies on an opaque narrative and elliptical editing.
Slate - 7/10 by David Edelstein Much of it is risible, yet I loved watching it -not because I thought that the emperor was wearing new clothes but because I thought he looked fine - beautiful, actually - naked. Figgis' camera is probing and alive, so that even when his meanings are laughable, his images remain allusive and mysterious.
Film Threat - 7/10 by Ron Wells There's some darn poignant stuff going on here.... The problem is that the audience will try to connect everything to the explicit Eden analogy, and not everything will. The director wins points for enticing you to figure it out, though, and I did enjoy it.
New York Daily News - 6/10 by Jack Mathews Much of the film is a nearly wordless tone poem that sustains an intense emotional gravity and sexual tension through its mixture of music, beautiful outdoor cinematography and somber, silent acting.
Spirituality and Practice - 6/10 by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat Explores the twists and turns of sexual desire in the life of an English film director born in South Africa.
Austin Chronicle - 5/10 by Russell Smith This is a gutsy, oddly inspiring film that embodies both the risks and rewards of artistic boldness.

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