1. A fairytale about a bisexual doctor who, after learning that his wife finds sexual fulfillment in dreams and reconnecting with an ex-boyfriend from medical school now a pianist (my god that pronunciation is not subtle), seeks out his own entry point into that appetizing dreamland, but instead gets trapped in a nightmare which he can only escape by sticking his cock into somebody. Anybody. It is a Sisyphean quest destined for failure (why does he have to be the…
Any time a character is named in an intentional allusion to Eve from the book of Genesis, you know things are about to get interesting. And sinful. This isn’t that lurid, though. The Story of Sin is more like Blanche (my favourite Borowczyk) in tone than his other works, but perhaps even a bit more measured to begin with.
"Listen, I'm not the one you have to answer to for your depraved behavior. There's a higher power that will judge you for your indecency."
Honestly, if Tom Cruise was actually judging Olive, I think he'd appreciate Olive's respect for the classics, covering for a gay classmate, and commitment to whatever it takes to entertain the mindless masses.