Room in Rome
A hotel room in the center of Rome serves as the setting for Alba and Natasha, two sexy and recently acquainted women, to have a physical adventure that touches their very souls.
- Elena Anaya , Natasha Yarovenko , Enrico Lo Verso , Najwa Nimri
It was OK. I don't see why everyone loves it so much. It wasn't very smart or deep or well-directed.
The storyline feels a little thin and moth-eaten in parts but this sequel is plenty of fun.
This is a gorgeous movie made by a gorgeous spirit.
Too pretentious. The film does not arouse but insult our curiosity by unnecessarily complicated plot. Part of the film's fame seems to come from too much skin in the scenes. The film is made in such a way that the engagement with audience attention is not a factor considered in the making of this film. The film maker(s) must have been thinking like " I will make the movie in any way I like. I don't give a nut whether you like the movie or not. Or whether you watch the movie or not. If you can't finish the movie, you must be so shallow and stupid that you can't absorb my complex intellect and the sophisticated art which comes out of it."
If by it you're talking about taking two quite attractive females putting them in a beautiful European hotel room, and showing them rubbing up against each other naked while somehow boring the everloving crap out of the audience then yes this is how you do it.Two girls get drunk and meet at a club and end up in a hotel room together. One is Russian, the other from Spain. Spain is lesbian while Russian is bi-shy. A series of completely unbelievable and confusing behaviors and conversations happen. Clothes go back on, then come back off. Despite an utter lack of sexual chemistry, they are seen to engage in nude grindings that resemble nothing of real life lovemaking and instead look like the stuff of highly doctored soft core. It actually upsets me how the inability to create characters and a clear story can turn a premise with lots of sexy possibility into this pile of unsteamy, stupid looking, stupid sounding fake lesbo dung.
The movie rates high for it's visual artistry if not for its presentation and unique plot.It's a lesbian themed movie, but the background is chosen well to make the story intriguing. Two girls shack up in a hotel room in Rome, and explore their minds and their body. It's not clear if the two actresses are actually as charming as they are presented in the movie, or is it all due to the camera work ? Lighting is used to their max to feature the three dimensional bodies of the two actresses. The dark Italian hotel room they're in also adds to this effect. Everything is cleverly figured out to bring out the visual effect.It's a Spanish movie, with Ukrainian actress in it. It has very different look and feel from other European movies, but it also has different feel from older Spanish movies.The movie probably is not a high budget production, but rivals big budget movie in it's production value. So everything about this movie is cleverly done.This is a very interesting movie both visually, and conceptually, and is worth a watch.
I couldn't believe a single word of what these two women were saying, the whole dialog sounded very unrealistic. I cannot imagine two women talking like this.Acting was poor, specially by the "Russian" girl, the way she smiles is very artificial and idealistic. The whole story, that by the way is way too thin, is unrealistic and it really feels more like a man's fantasy. Lacking in substance it became a soft porn movie, but because it feels so artificial it doesn't get really erotic either.So what do you have left to enjoy? Very little. If to you seeing two beautiful naked women is sufficient, then watch it. But if apart from naked bodies you, like me, need a believable story too, then don't waste your time with this movie!