One of Queerguru’s favorite independent and alternative adult film director Noel Alejandro who bounces between Barcelona and Berlin these days, has shared with us his latest movie. Under the Rain, an explicit film that is a subversive, erotic take on art, career and ambition, inspired by both his personal life and his determination to continue to question the boundaries of obscenity and pornography.
Alejandro created Under the Rain upon a lot of his own personal view of the intertwin of art and ethics. As if asking the audience how far could he go, he mixes the surrealism of a silent rain, full-voiced metalinguistics and pure aesthetic erotica to shape a story that is as enigmatical as it’s extremely relatable – and erogenous.
It all starts when four men occupy an old building to execute an artistic project. Mike, the photographer, leads the group while the three models perform in a session that seems to dilate out of the script and into their lives. As the scene evolves, the wounded artist Viktor will take an impassioned trip through his feelings of doubt, fear and ambition, before climaxing into an erotic burst with the group. Did you hear the silent scream? Did the unpronounced rain wet your hands? Are the whispers that you hear, theirs, or your own? These are the type of warming questions that enclose this story of will and perceptions that could easily allude to our owns – and to our individual impressions of erotica.
To view the full explicit version of Under The Rain and all of Alejandro’s films https://www.noelalejandrofilms.com/
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