In 1996, Lana and Lilly Wachowski—then known as the Wachowski Brothers—made their first movie, the gorgeously tawdry romantic thriller.
A scene of Connie riding the train back from a tryst with Paul shows her struggling with a flood of pleasure and pain.
The two meander and chat for two hours, sharing their life philosophies, stories of their exes, time travel and—of course—love.
In literature, the color often represents magic and folly.
Movie sex, after all, is more exciting when there is a possibility that its participants may turn out to be enemies.
Tony Scott presented horror at its most sensual with this early work about a doomed relationship between a sexually violent flesh-feasting vampire Catherine Deneuve and her conquests David Bowie and Susan Sarandon.