UnfaithfulBy Breaking Glass Pictures
Warning: This film contains nudity and explicit sexual content.
Director Claude PÃ©rÃ¨s takes viewers on a haunting journey with this groundbreaking erotic drama. The premise is simple: PÃ©rÃ¨s and a man he's never met will together while the cameras roll. No contract, no film crew, no boundaries. The end result is a film that challenges viewers to look into the heart of human desire.
There's palpable tension as "the director" (PÃ©rÃ¨s) and "the actor" (Marcel Schlutt from Locked Up, The Boy with the Sun in His Eyes, and Otto; or, Up with Dead People) engage in conversation and gradually give in to the film's
unusual and unpredictable scenario. PÃ©rÃ¨s loosely structures the encounter as an interview in which he poses piercing questions to his onscreen lover, himself, and the
audience. It's is the kind of film that seeps into the viewers' subconscious and rattles their comfort levels. After watching Unfaithful, audiences will never look at cinema the same way again.
Reasons to Buy
- Prolific gay actor (and raging sexpot) Marcel Schlutt from Locked Up, The Boy with the Sun in His Eyes, and Otto; or, Up with Dead People shows off his glorious body for the camera.
- Claude PÃ©rÃ¨s is a director that is not afraid to push boundaries - even personal ones... he's also on display in the film.
- Like the great French art films of yesteryear, Unfaithful offers a raw, unfliching, and relentlessly erotic exploration of carnal sexuality.
DVD FeaturesInteractive Menus
Behind the Scenes of The French Kiss
Interviews with Cast & Crew
Two Deleted Scenes