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First and foremost, yes, there is a lot of explicit sex and it is as explicit, but fortunately not nearly as unrelenting, as many pornographic films.

The pair fondle each other's genitals, masturbate, there is a footjob in the tub, there is vibrator action, penetrative vaginal sex as well as fellatio and cunnilingus.

It is clear that ANTICHRIST is not a 'sex work' but a serious drama exploring issues such as grief, loss, guilt and fear.

The BBFC has permitted comparable explicit images in a number of previous features at the '18' level (eg L'EMPIRE DES SENS, 9 SONGS, SHORTBUS and Lars von Trier's earlier film, THE IDIOTS) where it has been clear that the purpose of the work - and the individual images in question - is not simply to arouse viewers but to illustrate characters, relationships and themes.

Matt wears a condom in the vagina penetration scene but he has the distinction of being the first man in a mainstream British film to be shown ejaculating. What I did not expect was the tenderness with which those scenes were directed and played out.

They had a sincerity and depth of feeling that is rarely if ever seen in pornos, and whilst I know the actors are only doing their job and were not a couple in real life at the time, both seem completely at ease with the raw intimacy involved and even display significant on-screen chemistry.

Then, about two-thirds of the way through, the film abruptly changes direction and seems to go off on some kind of crusade to educate the world about the dangers of video games on impressionable young boys.

At that point, the film loses its momentum and the violence which ensues appears senseless and gratuitous. The real sex is a brief scene of a character watching a porn movie on TV.

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