Film completely about sex addiction. For adults only. 18+
Shame is a highly provocative, poignant and dark psychological drama that excellently portrays the life, challenges, and obstacles of a sex addict. There's an exceptional amount of sexually charged, graphic sex scenes which includes full frontal nudity (genitals, buttocks), and nearly every kind of sex act you can think of (thrusting, vaginal/oral/anal sex, fellatio) but no actual penetration. These frequent scenes can be highly unnerving and disturbing to most viewers, which some include gay, lesbian, and bi. There's a considerably high amount of strong language (f**k, sh*t) including crude anatomical terms and graphic sexual dialogue. Drug use and drinking is also present, including the use of snorting cocaine. There's some violent and dramatic scenes involving a man and his sister which may upset some viewers, including an attempted suicide sequence (very bloody). Shame is an excellent film which interprets the challenges, struggles and morals of someone battling and succumbing to sex addiction. Definitely NOT for children under 17.
This title contains:
Violence & scariness
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking