Sunday, March 9, 2014

LOLLIPOP MONSTER (2011): A German Teen Loses Virginity in Bar

I pointed out in The Allure of Nymphets that the allure of nymphets is used to sell movies, books, and plays all over the world, which shouldn't be surprising once one understands the science behind the mutual attraction between pedophiles ephebophile\hebephiles and nymphets. 

I wrote about a number of examples from across the globe such as the Korean film Hello Schoolgirl (2008), the Turkish novel The Museum of Innocence, and the Icelandic play Guilty; however, I didn't write about any German sources - until now.

In the German film, Lollipop Monster (2011), after 15-year-old Ari (Jella Haase) lost her virginity in a bar to a 20-something-year-old bartender, whom picked her up in his car on her way to school, she had an affair with Lukas (Thomas Wodianka), her high school friend's middle-aged uncle; however, when Lukas informed Ari that he couldn't see her for awhile, because he feared that their affair will come to light, she took extreme measures to revenge her unrequited love.

Interestingly, Lollipop Monster, like Catherine Breillat's version of Bluebeard [French: La Barbe bleue], was written and directed by a woman - 41-year-old Ziska Riemann.

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