The only paradise is paradise lost, and since our fall from grace, many of us spend our lives trying to fashion a way back to our unattainable Shangri-La. There is no heaven on earth, only a hell of our own doing, and that hell is often a result of paradise fleetingly realised. The men are physically scrutinised, objectified, commodified. The Austrian tourists patronise the Kenyans about their poor German language skills, and there is a strong element of the civilising and missionary influence that colonial powers brought to bear, in the scenes where Theresa tries to educate the Kenyan men how to properly treat a woman. Contrasting the dark figures of the Kenyans with the doughy bodies of the Austrians, Seidl forms a neat aesthetic cultural comparison, a negative image of each other.
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Twelve years ago, when scholar Zhu Jiarong was asked to translate A Lost Paradise, by Japanese writer Junichi Watanabe, into Chinese, she refused unless the publisher would agree to her terms: delete its explicit sexual content. As a college teacher, translating a novel full of erotic content would be my last choice. Thanks to the prevailing attitude in China then, the publisher agreed, and Zhu, a scholar and translator of Japanese literature with the University of International Relations, worked to "purify" the novel. Today, there's a new Chinese version of A Lost Paradise, with Zhu again the translator, but with all the sex scenes reinstated. This version was launched by the Writers' Publishing House in Beijing last month. Zhu said that along with the social changes, Chinese people have become more open and acceptable in terms of sexual relations, and it is natural for the novel to be reprinted now.
Paradise: Love – Ulrich Seidl and the uglienss of unmet desire. (SFF Film Review)
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The opening scene establishes the film as one not afraid to challenge its audience on what they find embarrassing or distasteful. The alleged cause of mass walk-outs, Teresa overlooks a group with Down syndrome enjoying a bumper car ride. While fundamentally inoffensive, acute close-ups and sharp editing creates a profound sense of guilt as we are drawn into thinking it funny or grotesque. Having no further bearing on the plot, the scene sets the tone for the forced discomfort that is to follow. On the white sandy beaches, shirtless African men stand with trinkets and jewellery behind a rope separating them from a row of tanning white women.