Scenes of a Sexual Nature

a lovely and invigorating film, best viewed with a date.
-Vanessa Farquharson, National Post
Bold and witty! An Invigorating Breath of Fresh Air.
-Stella Papamichael, BBC
Each vignette is wittily worded by neophyte TV writer Aschlin Ditta, and subtly performed by a large ensemble cast that contains a few fairly recognizable surprises.
-Rob Salem, Toronto Star
Scenes of a Sexual Nature has charm, humour and insight to spare. A film that is supremely well made with one assured, convincing performance after another.
-Jonathan Ross, BBC FILM
...sweet observation on sexual politics, unfulfilled lives and missed opportunities.
-Birmingham Post
The best British romantic comedy about sexual politics this year!
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Synopsis

Sex and love. Some seek it, some need it, some spurn it and some pay for it, but we¿e all involved in it. However, the only thing that truly connects us is our attempt to connect. Whether it is emotional, physical, subliminal or sexual, as human beings we need to make contact with others. But what are the rules? How do we really know whether someone likes us let alone is in love with us? How do we decide whether to connect with another person for a moment indeed a lifetime? The word that gets used most when discussing these issues is love. According to many great thinkers love is an unattainable notion that is driven more by need than reality, according to others it is the only thing that makes the otherwise intolerable idea of life remotely worth attempting. Scenes Of A Sexual Nature is a film that looks at some of our attempts to find it and how we behave in love, in lust and in trouble.

Release Date

Original Languages: English
Genre: Comedy
Running Time: 91 min.
Year: 2005

CREDITS

CAST
Adrian Lester
Catherine Tate
Eglantine Rembauville-Nicolle
Sophie Okonedo
Tom Hardy
Ewan McGregor
DIRECTED BY
Ed Blum

PHOTOS

Eglantine Rembauville-Nicolle as Sophie.
Ewan McGregor as Billy.
Andrew Lincoln (Left ) as Jamie and Holly Aird (Right) as Molly.
Douglas Hodge as Brian.
Andrew Lincoln (Centre Left ) as Jamie and Holly Aird (Centre Right) as Molly.
Elle McKenzie (Left) as Eve, Adrian Lester (Centre) as Pete and Catherine Tate (Right) as Sara.
Gina McKee as Julia.
Hugh Bonneville as Gerry.
Catherine Tate (Left) as Sara and Adrian Lester (Right) as Pete.