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MY REVIEW
Reviewed by jadee PH / Joined jadee 2016
"Queerly Engrossing and Eye-opening Film!"
Dora or The Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents
Dora or The Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents
Dora or The Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents
Germany, Switzerland, 2015, 90 minutes Drama, Romance, Coming of Age, Arthouse
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09.06.17
Watching this film filled me with pity for Dora and disgust for the man who used her. Written and directed by Stina Werenfels, I felt that this movie gave a closer look on how it is to have a mentally disabled daughter, the struggles that a family has to go through but more so, when that child already starts to become aware of her sexuality.  The dialogues are very engaging and Victoria Schulz shines in this movie as Dora who is innocent, vulnerable and very trusting of the people around her. Truth is, I've never seen a movie before like this, which tackles the intricacies of  what a mentally disabled woman goes through.  Truly an eye-opening movie!
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