“Secretary” (2002) “Who says that love has to be soft and mild? ”
According to Mary Gaitskill’s “Bad Behavior, ” “Secretary” seems favorably vanilla in comparison to a number of the other movies with this list; at the least, it is the tamest one starring James Spader.
This film follows the basic romantic formula of two people who have to overcome obstacles to be together for all its kinks. But alternatively compared to the rom-com that is standard involving misunderstandings, defectively conceived wagers or tradition clashes, this Steven Shainberg film focuses on the positioning of a new girl and her employer’s particular kinks. Continue reading ““Secretary” (2002) “Who says that love has to be soft and mild? ””