Blind girl discovers sex in nudist camp

by Beatrice Credi - 2017.02.10
Blind girl discovers sex in nudist camp
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Even blind individuals make love. This is the message behind “Blind sex”. A short film (French), finalist in the international film festival, Clermont-Ferrand, with protagonist, Louise, a young blind girl, who, like her friends, feels her hormones rising to the call of sex. At the end of summer vacation, crushed by her over-protected parents, she runs away from home. She gets lost in the forest, where she is surprised by an encounter with a girl who lives in a nudist colony. It is in this place, finally free from the stigma of her disability, that the young girl discovers her body and the pleasure of sex. A refined work of art, from the director, Sarah Santamaria-Mertens, who successfully breaks the tabù of sexuality among disabled individuals.

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