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This is basically one person production: created and directed by the Israeli filmmaker, Hagar Ben Asher. The story is about a single mother, Tamar, who lives in a rural area with her two daughters and works at a chicken farm.
She's obsessed with sex and provides sexual favors to various men in the village. It uses strange symbolism and is very minimalistic in its approach, from screenplay to acting.
The eerie matter-of-factness with which all of this is discussed is what makes this neo-epistolary novel fascinating, and certainly the best extant work on extreme queer s&m Internet culture in any genre.
(Nov.) Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. A dizzying pileup of bareback breeding, castration procedures, master-slave mind games, boyband necrophilia fantasies, and consensual snuff sex, The Sluts is this will sound strange the most enjoyable of Dennis Cooper's novels to date.
But as Brad peaks and then begins to decline, Cooper pieces together his Portland, Ore., backstory, and hardcore s&m moves to blood and mutilation.
Brad is eventually pimped out by a man named Brian for "the ultimate" with a Web regular who may be a serial killer—one who first comes to an agreement with his victims on a price for killing them.
In flashbacks we see that he's a computer whiz on the verge of becoming a millionaire, she's a lap dancer at a club. See full summary » Tamar, 35, a beautiful young woman, lives alone with her two daughters.Yes it is very dark and "wrong", but very real, and it plays really well with that fantasy/reality aspect, to the point you wonder who really are those people (specially Brad), what is for real and what is bulls***, actually reality and bulls*** mix together in a great way.the great thing I guess is that you feel deep inside those people could be real, is like they really get life, could be out there, with all their complexity, desires, hopes, and really bad choices..If you like something that brings that DARK, heavy side of human nature, but at the same time with a touch of nice erotic (and not cheap-like), really dark humour, and complex characters, you go for it.I warn this is no piece of cake, you may fell sad, frustrated, and even agonizing for the characters (oh Brad, Brad..), but still not wanting to get out of the "spider web" this books puts you into, a whole new dark world..If the novel had been written more realistically, and not so poorly, I feel this could have been a great story. The book is written as a series of posts from a 90's internet board.Also Dennis Cooper's blog is pretty goddamn great so I highly recommend looking into that as well, except when he does those escort ads thing. Not really, but I would tell someone about it without saying anything negative about it. To me the sexual content was pretty trite and mundane, so it all read like a sort of Nancy Drew mystery. sorry to say there really is filthy gutter rich psycho trash out there; predators which with there money, and out of control feed on hopeless children.