In New York City, a relationship is threatened when a young man discovers he's caught syphilis from a tryst with a waitress named Ellie (Lynne Lipton). This threatens his relationship with a new girl. Film critic Amy Taubin co-stars as the new girl who gets the bad news. The director is apparently the same man who edited Fritz Lang's The Testament of Dr. Mabuse.
Out of Africa tells the story of the life of Danish author Karen Blixen, who at the beginning of the 20th century moved to Africa to build a new life for herself. The film is based on the autobiographical novel by Karen Blixen from 1937.
When Will decides to tell his daughter the story of how he met her mother, he discovers that a second look at the past might also give him a second chance at the future.
The most controversial "road show" film of the 1940s, this was actually a rather innocent little morality play about a teenage girl (June Carlson) who gets in the "family way" during her very first date.
An extramarital affair leads to a young couple contracting venereal disease.
A man feels so much guilt over being infected by venereal disease that he conjures up a personal trial over his own behaviour.
A modern tragedy about a group of 14-year-old schoolchildren whose daily life is shaped by the power of social media and ever increasing sexualisation through the Internet.
Kärlekens språk is a 2004 Swedish sex educational film directed by Anders Lennberg. “Language of Love” is a show for night owls, which gives details of sex, problems with impotence, venereal diseases, etc, with detailed demonstrations. The title is a reference to the 1969 sex educational film "Ur kärlekens språk".