Heading South

Set in the 1970s, three women in their mid-life head to Haiti, as many women did, to soak up the sun and explore their sexual fantasies with willing young natives. Charlotte Rampling stars alongside Karen Young and Louise Portal in this compact drama loaded with political and sexual subtext as it becomes clear that the sexual tourism they are indulging in is a sorry by-product of the colonialism that has done so much damage to this Caribbean 'paradise lost'.

Year: 2005
Genre: Drama, Foreign Language Films, French Cinema, Racial Intolerance, Feminist Tendencies
Country: Canada, France
Director: Laurent Cantet
Starring: Charlotte Rampling, Karen Young, Louise Portal, Menothy Cesar
Duration: 108 Minutes
Rating: M - Adult themes.
Location in store: Foreign (France)



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