Friday, November 21, 2014

Cinema Cycle - The Human Sexes - Volume 2



CINEMA CYCLE
(Cardio Workout And Reviewing Movies At The Same Time)


The Human Sexes-Vol2.jpg


DATE: 11/21/2014




FORMAT: VHS


TIME RIDDEN / FILM LENGTH: 52 minutes 9 seconds


DISTANCE RIDDEN WHILE VIEWING: 14.3 miles


TOTAL CINEMA MILES LOGGED: 759.6 miles


SYNOPSIS: The second episode in a series about human sexuality and the similarities and differences in the human genders.


CONCEPT IN RELATION TO THE VIEWER: For this particular episode, the lengths that various cultures will go to attract a mate.  


PROS AND CONS: This is one of those crown jewels that I have in my media collection.  Since I am a documentary junkie, this is about as good as it gets.  This is an excellent series that I wish every adolescent boy and girl was required to watch as opposed to the tame sex education that they receive in public school or worse yet on the playground or behind the bleachers.  


This particular episode in the series is oddly appropriate given the current media fascination with celebrities and the the trend toward body morphism.  If the viewer thinks in terms of the size of Kim Kardashian’s buttocks or the new look of Rene Zellweger, you will have a better understanding of why the masses find it so interesting after watching this.  


This episode examines the various practices around the world and through time that humans have undertaken to make themselves more attractive to the opposite sex.  It has been going on since the beginning of sex and some of the ancient practices make the current popular ones seem almost tame in comparison.


To read an overview of this project, check out the initial post for this series.

Clicking on the title will take you to the Internet Movie Database (IMDB) entry for this film. 

This film was viewed while exercising on my recumbent cycle.  A summary of my time spent working out on my journey through movie-land can be found on Strava.com.


The summary of the project and a glimpse of what is coming up next can be found on my public google media spreadsheet.