Monday, September 5, 2011

Michael Fassbender "Shame" - Cbsession With Sex

British director Steve McQueen, the rugged drama of man's sexual obsession was premiered at the Venice Film Festival on Sunday, earning praise from artist and filmmaker, and stars Michael Fassbender.

"Shame" is the obsession of a man in New York with sex: chance encounters with random women, visits to prostitutes and pornography. Her daily routine is interrupted when his younger sister - an emotionally unstable woman who works sporadically as a cabaret singer, who desperately needs attention of the siblings - moved with him. His world tour of bars and sexual castes begins to unravel as he becomes more isolated and is unable - and unwilling - to give her sister the family connection she wants.

In a Sunday press conference just before the red carpet premiere of the film, said Fassbender films sex scenes and graphic nudity makes things "uncomfortable" on the board. "Most importantly," he said, "is just to make sure that everyone involved is comfortable - you know, everything that can be - and just sort of go for it not to do too many shots."

Carey Mulligan plays the sister and makes a new interpretation of the piece of the signing of Frank Sinatra, "New York, New York."

"This is a very sad song," McQueen told reporters. "If you read the text, it is very much a blues song."

The film premiered at the Venice Fassbender second in three days: "Dangerous Method," in which she plays a psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung, opposite Viggo Mortensen Sigmund Freud held next Friday.

"Obviously this is a great privilege and honor to be here," two films, Fassbender said. Both films are competing in the festival's main competition.

McQueen and Fassbender exceeded the 2008 film "Hunger".

Michael Fassbender talks Sex & Shame in Venice

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