Sex Is Comedy
|Sex Is Comedy|
|Directed by||Catherine Breillat|
|Written by||Catherine Breillat|
|Country||France / Portugal|
|Language||French / Portuguese|
Despite its rather misleading title, the film is not at all humorous. Rather, it includes long meditations on the relationships between people involved in making a film.
Based on Breillat's experiences directing her 2001 film Fat Girl, the climax of the film features a recreation of a scene from that movie, shot from the point of view of the crew, with Roxane Mesquida essentially reprising her role from the first film.
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