Last month, the teaser posters for Gaspar Noe's Love were revealed, resulting in the most NSFW movie poster of all time!
The hyper-sexual 3D film exploded at Cannes Film Festival Wednesday night. And filmmakers are doing everything they can to make sure the same graphic version is shown in the U.S. when it's released!
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The film's story centers around an erotic relationship between a boy and two girls. While other erotic tales have been released unrated or NC-17, Love has the challenge of being 3-D — which means the film needs to be partnered with theaters equipped for 3-D.
Alchemy bought North American rights to the a graphic tale of a three-way last week, and they are erecting a large effort to show the film on "many platforms."
Brooke Ford, an executive at Alchemy had this to say:
"Alchemy supports Noe's vision and is excited to bring the Cannes version to theaters and as many platforms as possible in the U.S. We will do everything we can to protect this masterful film."
The filmmakers don't plan on re-cutting the film for a more theater friendly rated-R cut, as censoring their work would compromise their artistic integrity.
We're not sure what will happen to Love for it's U.S. release, but we're sure people will find a way to watch it either way!
[Image via The Playlist.]
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