Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love (1996)

Club Exotica

One of the several foibles of the United States is that we have no indigenous sexual exotica. All sexual archetypes are inherited from predecessor cultures (excepting the competing African-American cultures), which is one reason — I believe — that US popular culture is so widely consumed internationally. We repackage.

Not so with India, which has had time to develop its own subculture of sex, one that though small is part of every Hindu’s makeup — one in fact that probably plays more of a role in Muslim/Hindi clashes than any theology.

Although this is cheesy movie, it is a little interesting to note its popularity in the US. Sex isn’t the same everywhere you go. But exotica seems to be.

Posted in 2003

Ted’s Evaluation — 1 of 3: You can find something better to do with this part of your life.


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