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Fifty Shades Freed

  • 2018
  • R
  • 120min
  • 12%
  • 4.5 / 10

Christian and Anastasia have just become newlyweds. Ana receives her own office as a fiction editor. Christian acquires a house and recruits the help of an architect, Gia Matteo. After observing that she is openly flirting with her husband, Ana politely threatens Gia to stop her advances, and the latter submits. It is later discovered that Ana’s former boss, Jack Hyde, has sinister plans.

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The Fifty Shades trilogy of novels aren’t the only written resource where BDSM is depicted. BDSM is a combined abbreviation of bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, and sadisms and masochism. The origin of the word sadism comes from Marquis de Sade, an author in the genre. Masochism then comes from Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, another notable author. Story of O, an erotic novel, is attributed as the central work in modern BDSM literature. In film, the entry of BDSM into mainstream cinema was with the release of 9 ½ weeks. Subsequent portrayals were seen such as in the documentaries, Graphic Sexual Horror and Kink. Fundamentally, BDSM involves some kinds of erotic behavior between consenting adults. Individuals who partake in the activities have roles, such as top and dominant, bottom and submissive. Participants both derive pleasure during a “session”. It was during the 1980s that practitioners and organizations held the motto “safe, sane and consensual”.


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Fifty Shades Freed is the last movie of the Fifty Shades trilogy, coming after Fifty Shades of Gray and Fifty Shades Darker, released on September 10, 2017. Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan reprise their role as Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey. Despite the negative criticisms, the film was a success, grossing over $371 million worldwide. The erotic drama is directed by James Foley and written by Niall Leonard. The story is based on E.L. James’s novel with the same name.