World Movies to screen Sex Before Soccer showcase in June

In the lead up to the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, World Movies is presenting Sex Before Soccer; a series of sexy international films, with two films playing off against each other at 9.30pm each night from Monday June 2nd, culminating with a marathon starting at 6pm on Saturday June 7th. Below is a promo and a list of all of the films, so have a look and get keen!

Monday 2 June 9.30pm                                                           

The Exterminating Angels (Mexico, 2006) – Australian Television Premiere

Francois is a filmmaker holding auditions for his upcoming film about female pleasure. He expects the process to be unconventional but cannot predict the danger that so much arousal can cause. As his female cast embarks on a journey of intense physical pleasure-seeking they become emotionally involved with the director and each other.

Monday 2 June 11.15pm

Artificial Paradises (Brazil, 2012)

Three strangers undergo profoundly sensual experiences at a psychedelic festival on a beautiful beach. Combining drugs, lust, heavy bass and the Brazilian sun, the three explore their sexuality together.

Tuesday 3 June 9.30pm                                                                      

Little Thirteen (Germany, 2012) – Australian Television Premiere

This intense portrait of the so-called “Porn Generation” explores three days in the lives of a group of teenagers striving for meaningless and unemotional sex as a compensation for love and security. Stars Muriel Wimmer.

Tuesday 3 June 11.10pm

Kelly + Victor (UK/ Ireland, 2012)

Kelly and Victor meet at a nightclub and embark on a passionate and transgressive love affair, the excitement of which removes them from the ordinariness of their lives, and allows their darker instincts to take over.

Wednesday 4 June 9.30pm                                                     

28 Hotel Rooms (USA, 2012) – Australian Television Premiere

Unfolding as a collage of moments – some sexy, some innocent, some profound, some silly – this is an intimate portrait of an affair in which two people wrestle with the intoxication of sex, and the confusion of loving more than one person.

Wednesday 4 June 10.55pm

2 Plus 2 (Argentina, 2012)

When the fun of double dating grows old, Richard and Bettina share a dirty secret with their friends Diego and Emilia: they live a double life as swingers, and are keen to share this practice with them.

Thursday 5 June 9.30pm                                                         

Visitor Q (Japan, 2001) – Australian Television Premiere

Takashi Miike’s disturbing film centres on an out-of-work television reporter who decides to use his insanely dysfunctional family as the subject of a documentary about sex and violence.

Thursday 5 June 11.00pm

Hemel (Norway, 2012)

This explicit look at carnal desire is told distinctly from a female perspective, painting an erotically charged portrait of a woman whose casual sexual encounters mask a loneliness and a craving for intimacy.

Friday 6 June 9.30pm                                                             

Felicity (Australia, 1978) – Australian Television Premiere

In this Australian exploitation romp, young Felicity follows the exploits of a sheltered teen as she sheds her inhibitions (and everything else) and surrenders her blossoming body to a world of bold sexual adventure.

Friday 6 June 11.05pm

Young and Wild (Spain, 2012)

Seventeen-year-old Daniela is obsessed with sex. Raised in a strict Evangelical family, and recently unmasked as a fornicator by her shocked parents, she struggles to find her own path to spiritual harmony.


World Movies is available on channel 430 on Foxtel. The Sex Before Soccer series will run from Monday June 2nd until Saturday June 7th.


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