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A daringly honest look at sexual intimacy and emotional risk. The story of a young man who embarks on a sexual odyssey with his troubled wife. A passionate, compassionate film highlighted by three extraordinary performances.
A troubled young wife (Sheryl Lee) and her repressed husband (Craig Sheffer) seek conventional therapy for their marital woes with no avail--until she secretly engages the services of an avant-garde Tantric sex guru (Terence Stamp). His advice leads the couple on a journey toward mutual trust and fulfillment, unearthing her buried memories of sexual abuse.
"...Terence Stamp steals the show from another strong Sheryl Lee performance....He is, elegant and composed, playing a character who's not easy to peg..." 06/05/1997 p.12D
"...Here's a movie that's grown-up, thoughtful and surprisingly erotic..." 06/06/1997 p.33
...sex when it's taken seriously makes people squirmy, and here's a movie that's grown-up, thoughtful and surprisingly erotic... what's important is that Bliss is not an adult film but a film for and about adults: It's provocative, and it has a heart.
DVD, Aspect Ratio 1.33:1, Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1, Dolby, Hi-fi Stereo, English, French, Japanese, Spanish, Subtitled, No Longer Produced
Leonard Maltin's Movie & Video Guide
Unusual film... Stamp excels...
Original and daring!
Siskel & Ebert
Two enthusiastic thumbs up.
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