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Young helmer-scripter Mara Eibl Eibesfeldt tells a modern day Mrs. Robinson story with an interesting twist.
During a practical training in Berlin David stays with Martha, a friend of his mother. One evening he coincidentally observes, how she watches dating agency video profiles of men. She pretends she is just doing it for fun. It becomes a playful game, where they imitate the men and joke about them. After another night with a date who just wanted sex Martha opens up to David. He realizes how desperate she is and secretly invents a new lover for her who is sending her piano sonatas and love letters. When Martha falls in love with the invented piano player David gets jealous. He tries to destroy the phantom. But Martha turns the whole thing around.
Kisapmata is a 1981 drama film directed by Mike de Leon. The story was written by Nick Joaquin, based on a real-life crime story he reported on his book "Reportage on Crime" entitled "The House on Zapote Street" in 1968.
It was a breakthrough film as it was the first major treatment of incest in Philippine cinema. The movie was both a critical and box-office success, establishing De Leon as one of the great directors of the new generation. The movie garnered 10 major awards in FAMAS, was presented in Cannes in the Director's Fortnight, and was adjudged by the Manunuri ng Pelikulang Pilipino as one of the 10 Best Films of the 1980s. (wikipilipnas)
Most people find incest unacceptable, and there are compelling reasons for such a position: (1) culturally and traditionally, incest is largely considered a taboo, and (2) inbreeding — those with close genetic relationships producing offspring — greatly increases the chance of the child/children developing congenital disorders. Incest has, however, occurred quite often in history, the royalty of ancient Egypt using it as a means of perpetuating their royal lineage. Today though, incest is considered a crime in most territories with only a few countries like the Netherlands, Spain, and France being exceptions. In fact, even in these countries where consensual incest is legal, the public is still largely outraged by such relationships despite the fact that the state tolerates them.
Here are ten recorded or alleged cases of incest that have shocked the world...