Kinsey

In the mid-20th century, knowledge of sex had reached an all-time nadir in the West. Freudian pseudo-scientists were claiming, without any basis in physiology or scientific method, that most women were experiencing inappropriate orgasms. Backward ministers were railing against the invention of the zipper. Homosexuals were hounded into shame and obscurity. Then came Professor Alfred Kinsey, who thought it might be a good idea to take all the questions about sex that his students were asking and find out the answers by embarking on a massive, rigorous and scientifically responsible study. Then Bill Condon, director of the fabulous Gods and Monsters, decided to make the best biopic ever and to make it about Kinsey. Then Liam Neeson and Laura Linney and Peter Sarsgaard turned in performances that are worthy of tiny gold statues, and then everyone was happy, and moviegoers got to see pictures of genitalia in an educational and entertaining format.

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