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Intimacy

Rating:R (for strong sexual content and language)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 19, 2001
Running time:119 minutes
Cast:Mark Rylance, Timothy Spall, Kerry Fox, Alastair Galbraith, Phillipe Calvario
Director:Patrice Chéreau
Producer:Charles Gassot, Patrick Cassavetti, Jacques Hinstin
Writer:Patrice Chéreau, Anne-Louise Trividic

Description: She comes to his bed-sit every Wednesday afternoon. They don't speak. They don't even know each other's name. But something passes between them as their bodies converge and passion ignites in the dim, carpeted silence of his basement bedroom. He has left his wife and family. Her story: a mystery, a puzzle waiting to be penetrated and unraveled. Their union: rife with longing and desire, an impermanent compulsion coiled in a fundamental need to reach out and connect with another person, another body.

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