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In Corpore

Australia 2020
produced by
Ivan Malekin, Sarah Jayne for Nexus Production Group
directed by Ivan Malekin, Sarah Jayne
starring Clara Francesca Pagone, Naomi Said, Kelsey Gillis, Sarah Timm, Frank Fazio, Chris Dingli, Timothy McCown Reynolds, Amelia June, Simone Alamango, Don Bridges, Naomi Lisner, Jeni Bezuidenhout, Isaac Still, Sebastian Bertoli, Rita Schembri, Georgina Galea, Lorenza Darmanin, Nunna Nina, Zea Schembri, Sandro Vella, Paul Schneider, John McCullough
story by Ivan Malekin, Sarah Jayne, music by Gerard Mack, Fabio Guglielmo Anastasi, Raphael Fimm

review by
Mike Haberfelner

  • Melbourne: Julia (Clara Francesca Pagone), a New York based artist, goes back to Australia for the holidays to tell her parents she has married an art critic in Vegas - which drives them up the walls, and she has only her best friend Henri (Frank Fazio) for moral support - who might have some unresolved feelings for her, and vice versa ...
  • Malta: Anna (Naomi Said) and Manny (Chris Dingli) have been together for nine years, and married last year, and now everybody in her family expects her to have a baby, and so does Manny - but Anna just doesn't feel ready yet, even if that might endanger all the bliss she has ...
  • Berlin: Young students Rosalie (Sarah Timm) and Milana (Kelsey Gillis) are madly in love, and their relationship is of a very sexual nature - but they also have problems making ends meet, and while Rosalie works as a waitress at a bar, Milana is a cam girl - much to Rosalie's dismay as she feels she has to share her with the whole world. But their relationship is really put to the test when Milana's offered a lot of money by one of her regulars to spend a week with him in person - and she says yes ...
  • New York: Julia has returned to town from Melbourne (see story number 1) and confesses to her boyfriend Patrick (Timothy McCown Reynolds) that she has had sex with Henri, if only once, and even though Patrick forgives her or pretends to forgive her, that puts a strain on their relationship ...

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In Corpore is a very interesting anthology about love and sex in this day and age, and one that keeps you thinking as it doesn't try to hammer home any message or give any definite answers, it just explores any number of subtopics under above-mentioned header, from fidelity to having children, from open relationships to basing one's relationship on sex, in stories that don't shy away from showing things but stay clear of spectacle and thus feel very real. And of course, grounded performances by the rather international ensemble also help to make this a movie that will remain with you (in a good if thought-provoking way) for quite a few days.



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