Sexe Amateur France Review – Starring Gael Garcia Marquez, Anna Kournikova, and Nicolae Ceausescu
One of the best things that I have seen in recent years was a sexe amateur France movie called Vixens. This movie really took the concept of « cute » to a new level, and I think it’s helped a lot of aspiring French models as well. Unfortunately, the movie wasn’t available in English so I had to do a little research on my own to understand what all the fuss was about. Thankfully, it wasn’t all bad. In fact, there are a few scenes that would really get the juices flowing when it comes to getting you all fired up for your date with Vixens.
In the beginning scene of the movie, we see Leila and Mathieu, two average looking hot girls having some coffee. Leila is wearing a simple, but attractive outfit, and Mathieu is dressed in jeans and a shirt. They are sitting in a French public coffee house, drinking coffee and taking a casual stroll hand in hand. The two girls notice some local men passing by, and one of them starts flirting with Leila. She smiles and holds his hand, then they end up laughing in a French manner.
If you have ever seen a movie where two hot girls are sitting around drinking coffee and talking casually, and you didn’t know either one of them spoke English, then you would have no idea what the scene was actually about. It turned out to be a very sweet moment between two good friends. But I digress. Vixens is about a group of average looking French women that were once hot and sweaty models, but who have since lost their appeal. They are now vixens that are trying to get back together with their boyfriends or their exes, and in this movie, they struggle through various situations until they eventually hook up with their dream man.
There is quite an array of scenes in Sexe Amateur France. The two girls meet up with their new boyfriends and become friendly with them, and they all spend some time going out together. During one of these dates, Leila and Tous Les notice that Vincent (French for « vener ») seems to be hanging out with M’amsi (Arrived from Iraq). They join him, and M’amsi teaches them some French. They bond over the shared experience of learning to speak French. Leila and Tous Les also spend some time going to the beach where Vincent’s mom is, where they witness a police arrive and take M’amsi away.
In one of the most graphic scenes in the movie, Leila gets shot in the arm while sitting on a bench and is rushed to a nearby hospital. Her condition is unclear, as she is carried off screen during most of the movie. This movie memorabilia shows us that this part of the movie was extremely difficult to film, and it is likely that the actress would have been upset by the fact that the director did not include more shots of her in the ambulance or in the hospital bed.
Overall, this movie is a romantic comedy about two French women who fall in love. The acting is great, and there are moments when the movie takes you into Leila and Tous’ s minds, but they never take you into their world. This is only one example, however, and I’ve seen a number of movies where the writer or director completely drops the ball. It really does depend on the film and the audience. If you like movies that tell a nice story, with romantic undertones then this movie is right up your alley!