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Bliss (Bilingual) [Import]

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  • Actors: Robert Brewster, Charles S. Doucet, Michèle Duquet, Kathleen Fee, Callum Keith Rennie
  • Directors: Adrienne Mitchell, Holly Dale, Lyne Charlebois, Lynne Stopkewich, Marni Banack
  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: All RegionsAll Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Mti Home Video
  • Release Date: Aug. 23 2005
  • Run Time: 184 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • ASIN: B0009WIEN4
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Like Red Shoe Diaries series by Showtime.
The Canadian produced (Showcase), half hour dramatic television series, Bliss is a fun and sexy series. With more story them sex. On the portrayal of women's fantasies from a female perspective. The episodes are directed and written by women. For a fan of erotic look into it. For poeple looking for porn look sumewhere to a xxx video shop.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Season Two is better but this is pretty good Dec 28 2008
By Evangeline Anderson - Published on
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I own all three seasons and I have to say that season 2 is the best. It has more "hot" episodes, or at least, those are the ones that speak to me. Having said that, I really enjoyed at least 2 episodes of season one. The first was called A Path of Roses and dealt with a woman who wanted her boyfriend to get a little bit rough. He was put off by her desires but another man in her martial arts class was more than willing to comply. Very nice. I also enojoyed the last episode (forget the name) about a woman who meets a man whose name she doesn't even know for sex twice a week. Some of these stories don't have happy endings but that's true erotica. If you want a HEA ending you should try something more gearted toward romance. This series is about female desires and needs, not always a HEA ending.
The only thing I really didn't like about this season was that no fewer than four episodes had some kind of lesbian action in them. I don't have anythin against lesbians but girl on girl action is certainly not a turn on for me and I have difficulty believing that it is for so many women that the creators of this series decided to devote half the episodes in this season to it.
Anyway, try Season two. It has some very hot episodes that I shared with my hubby to heat things up.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Episodes lead to feature films March 26 2008
By Thomas Friedmann - Published on
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Many of the writers and directors of these episodes have worked with feature length films. One of the delights of these short pieces is to see the themes, ideas, and concerns of the longer films being handled so deftly. The best known of the longer films is Lost and Delirious, written by Judith Thompson, the writer for Episode 4: Leaper. While one of the reviewers wished for these episodes to be longer, I am enjoying their brevity. Leaper contains not only the lesbian encounter of Lost and Delirious, but also the attempt by one person to control the other through sex. In both films, for one of the women the lesbian encounter is almost accidental--the bi or formerly hetero woman is drawn into the encounter more by emotional and intellectual threads than by physical seduction. Dire consequences hover in both films. The dialogue is surprising and interesting. The short film is truly an art form.

As for a list of features by the writers and directors of Bliss 1: Buitenhaus, the director of the first two episodes, has written Dangerous Attraction and Boulevard. L F Knizhnick who is in charge of all the scripts, co-wrote Leaper (number 4)and wrote #5. Her feature films are Man with a Gun, Crying FreeMan, and Perfect Pie. Shopkewich directed Episodes 5 and 6. Her feature films are Kissed and Suspicious River. I am working on the writers and directors of Bliss 2 and 3, anticipating the interesting connections between the episodes and other work they have done.
20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Button Punching Jan. 18 2006
By Dr John Turman - Published on
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Bliss may be written for women, but I'm a man and I found it incredibly "moving." The buildup of erotic tension reminded me of the original Emmanuelle.

The first segment has always been a fantasy of mine. I couldn't have imagined the episode better myself and, best of all, there are no accusations, hysterics, fights, etc. the next morning after the two couples fall into a partner exchange.

Many of the other episodes are excellent too. Erotic tension runs through most of them and it is a lost art in movies. I agree with one of the other reviewers - these segments should all be at least an hour longer so that the tension could be further developed.

This collection of episodes is a must own.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Adult TV Jan. 9 2010
By Pleiadian7 - Published on
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I never knew of this show when it "aired" on Oxygen; I came across it inadvertently when searching/buying the film "Bliss". I didn't know exactly what to expect but, having been completely amazed by the (unrelated)film I thought I'd check out season one.

The first episode put me off a bit. I thought the acting was a but stilted and there was something somehow "off" about the production (I can't put my finger on it)but I persevered and was rewarded by further viewing. I needed, it seems, to get used to the films "syntax" and their short form of storytelling. Watching these stories is like reading an anthology of erotic short stories and once I understood that I really began to enjoy them.

I am especially gratified that there isn't any "right" or "wrong" in terms of sexuality. The series is very inclusive. The characters grapple with "taboo" desires and needs and the writers do not judge, only depict. Some of the episodes have mysterious aspects, most are not neatly tied up at their conclusions, all provide food for thought.

I liked very much the "queer" sex depicted in the "X" episode; I have never imagined seeing female into male penetration on TV.

These episodes are very erotic and show sex acts not gratuitiously but as communication between specific people for specific reasons within a specific emotional/psychological context. I applaud this series. It's interesting to me that it was made in Canada. It has a maturity and sensuality I don't think easily come by in the US.

I'm buying seasons two and three.
4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting April 9 2010
By Wrascal Thomas - Published on
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Nice video, interesting stories....very good value for the price. Bought seasons 2 & 3. Hope they are as good....