We all know what sex looks like. Many movies have tried to capture the magic, but most can only bring home the tricks. This movie allows you to participate where others leave you the unsatisfied peeping tom. It dares to share the slowness. In a unique twist, this film is edited in nearly real-time. As real-life couple Wim and Floor spend an afternoon in the sunwashed rooms of an old house in Belgium, the camera simply follows. In the slowness, we get the build, the sweetness, and the sexiness. Forget about fingersnapping fast editing. Slow is where it’s at.
- Original music by Damien Done (USA)
- Nearly 2 hours of exclusive interview footage:
- • Directors Jennifer Lyon Bell and Murielle Scherre (La Fille D’O) discuss collaboration, the film’s concept, “behind the scenes” secrets, real-time editing, modern feminism, and more.
- • Co-stars Floor Wyns and Wim van Damme talk about sexual pop culture, their relationship, their wish to be in the film, how it felt to be on camera, and the one surprising thing Floor is too shy to show.
- Length: 3 hours (1 hour feature+ 2 hours exclusive extras)
- Language: No dialogue
- Rating: Unrated
- Format: HD 16×9 widescreen, full color, AC3 Dolby Digital sound
- Region: All. Unlimited/region-free. Ships correct DVD format (NTSC/PAL) based on your country.
AWARDS & HONORS
- Winner, “Best Direction,” Feminist Porn Awards
- Official Selection Porn FilmFestival Berlin
- Official Selection IXFF San Francisco Indie Erotic Film Festival
- Official Selection CineKink/NYC Film Festival
- Official Selection Mexico City Feminist Porn Festival
- Official Selection Stoutste Dromen Festival, Antwerp Belgium
“Skin. Like. Sun. is an homage to real, explicit love shot in real-time. Starring a young Belgian couple, the film tries to capture what sex feels like, rather than looks like. Shot with the female character’s perspective in mind, and choosing to leave in the kissing, banter, and foreplay alongside the more traditional hot elements, Skin. Like. Sun. is a decidedly unusual — and touching — approach to cinematic sex.” – Feminist Porn Awards