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But while some of the sex is real — the movie stars had their faces superimposed on the bodies of porn actors — those who complain about von Trier are incorrect when they call it pornographic, a term used to describe content that is deed to titillate and arouse.
Such is the nature of addiction, after all, as well as Lars von Trier. He takes her home and nurses her, and in exchange, she recounts how she became the person she is, a self-diagnosed sex addict entirely full of self-loathing. Amid all this, Seligman does his best to comfort her, comparing her actions and desires to activities as unsexual as fly-fishing.
The question, of course, is whether addiction or sex or addiction to sex, I suppose is actually enough to make one a bad person. Sure, Joe sleeps with 10 men each night, including men with rings on their fingers, but should she be condemned for it? They all come willingly to her bed, and while she loves none of them, she enjoys the company of each.
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