This movie is HOT!!! *Spoilers*
*Spoilers Alert!* Hot, Hot, HOT! So hot I watched it three times this
past weekend. OK, that said this movie does deal with some complex
adult subject matter that I myself have been trying to learn more about
lately, specifically the BDSM/D&S world. The performances in the movie
are excellent, Spader and Gyllenhaal had some pretty obvious chemistry
going on in each scene. The sexual tension is drawn very tautly
throughout the film and never yields even a millimeter.
One of my favorite scenes is the part where Lee (Maggie Gyllenhaal)
finishes typing up a document for Mr. Grey (James Spader) and notices a
typo on the page. She gets a bit of a mischievous look on her face and
takes the document to him anyway-knowing full well what will happen if
she does. Unfortunately Mr. Grey is just too busy, and basically just
blows her off. The look of disappointment on her face is priceless. She
wants to play, but Mr. Grey has to work. Hot scene.
Another scene I enjoyed was the one with her vanilla boyfriend. That
boy just did not get what she wanted. Even someone like me who
sometimes needs "runway approach lighting" so to speak, picked up on
the "I want to be spanked" signal. Poor guy, so awkward, just doesn't
know what he missed.
The movie seem to me to be a bit of a primer those who are intrigued by
some aspects of BDSM/D&S world. There are a variety of differing types
of play, spankings, a little animal play (the scene with the saddle and
the carrot) light bondage, as well as the concept of "power-exchange".
She is obviously falling in love with Mr. Grey throughout the film, as
he "does it for her" and gives her the satisfaction she so desperately
The film also depicts "aftercare" after she endures sitting at the desk
for three days, palms down, proving that she really does love him. He
takes her in his arms, bathes her, worships her as a Goddess, (also
something I think she wanted all along) and takes care of, and makes
love with her.
I really loved the ending the best though. She's making the bed in the
morning and sends him off to work. After she's done, she takes a dead
roach out of her pocket and places it on the bed. The look she gives
into the camera at the end says it all. She is really the dominant one,
because she knows exactly which button to push to get what she wants.
8 out of 10!.
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While funny, this movie is definitely a must see for anybody who wants to dabble in s&m..
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Not Your Typical Office Romance
Maggie Gyllenhaal deserves an Oscar nomination for her brilliant portrayal
of borderline psychotic, self-mutilating Lee Holloway, a former mental
institution patient seeking to sustain herself - vocationally and
emotionally - in a challenging world where she has few safe harbors. She
comes from a messy family background although that alone can't explain her
Learning typing, she gets a secretary's job with lawyer E. Edward Grey
(James Spader, who also turns in a first-rate, nuanced performance). Grey
refuses to have any computers in his very smart, expensive law office. Like
many lawyers he's a perfectionist who abhors typographical errors but his
obsession with perfection reflects more than an anal personality hitched to
a law degree. His solo practice seems to thrive better than his
self-control of a suppressed sexuality, awakened by Maggie at first
This is a film about what many consider to be deviant behavior
(sado-masochism and bondage-discipline, not your usual Hollywood romantic
fun and games) that most will concur is uncommon in the workplace. Director
Steven Shainberg and his cast - and Gyllenhaal and Spader carry the film,
forget the supporting actors - show Lee and Grey's rocky and developing
relationship with candor, without condemnation and without exploitation. The
lawyer and his secretary are sexualized in a way few have experienced and
those who have don't talk to folks outside their circle.
This is a black comedy/a black drama. It either grabs or repels the viewer:
there's no in-between. The resolution? Is it realistic or a cop-out? I'd
love to hear from those able to comment from experience on IMDb's discussion
board. But I have a feeling few will post reactions.
A very different film that I rate 8/10 on a personal scale where I value the
deep and tortured acting projecting the absorbing conflict of this
sexualized working (initially) relationship..