Ecstasy film Product Information
Ecstasy movie was released Jun 11, 2002 by the Image Entertainment studio. Aribert Mog, Hedy Lamarr, Leopold Kramer, Zvonimir Rogoz - Director: Gustav Machaty
Ecstasy review Product Description
In this romantic drama filled with erotic imagery, a young bride (played by Hedy Lamarr) realizes she is unhappy after marrying a much older man. Ecstasy movie As a result, she begins an affair with a young man and becomes torn between him and her husband ... with tragic results.
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||A lot said, few words used.|
Ecstasy review This is a cross between a silent film and a 'talky'. Ecstasy DVD for sale Sound was available, but the director seemed to used it as a tool, to express emotions and feelings. Ecstasy movie The music also lent a helping hand to this movie. The so called erotic swim scene was done in extreme good taste and yet there seemed to be an innocence to the way it was done. Will watch it over and over....
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Ecstasy video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||3436428|
|Release Date||Jun 11, 2002|
|Also Known As||Symphony of Love; Extase|
|Running Time||89 Minutes|
|Movie Details||B&W; Mono Sound; Digital Sound|
Ecstasy DVD Features
Hedy Lamarr (Samson and Delilah) stars as Eva, a young woman who marries an older man and is rejected on their wedding night. Frustrated, she runs away and meets a younger man who responds to her unfulfilled yearnings. Called "the most whispered about picture in the world" at its release, "Ecstasy" shocked moviegoers with its erotic depiction of sex, particularly scenes of a young Lamarr swimming naked and its images of this unknown beauty at the height of passion. The European film propelled Lamarr into Hollywood stardom and became an internationally-known classic hailed for its sophisticated approach to sexuality, maintaining a special place in movie history.
Source: Image Entertainment, Inc.
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