The film was acclaimed for its rich visual style of sensual cinematography that never feels vulgar or exploitative of the couple in question.
It can be seen plainly in the trailer, which shows Hermes and Betta passionately kissing inside a pink bathroom filled with balloons, a parade of bodies in lingerie on a runway and one man even trying on a black g-string. “With this candid, vulnerable and tender portrait of a relationship, Mauro has captured how there is so much more to the swinger lifestyle than just sex,” Kino Lorber SVP Wendy Lidell said. “Though he shows us many intimate moments between his subjects, it’s the emotional nakedness on display that stays with the viewer.
We’re so pleased to share this documentary with North American audiences.”“I’m excited about Kino Lorber’s acquisition of the film.Read more on thewrap.com