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We spoke to Busse and Knowles about their experience making the film, which you can watch an exclusive clip of below. It just started with my personal experience on Gay Romeo, the online dating site: My background is video art, music video direction and art film.
One needs to be free to explore their boundaries if it is done correctly. Having a place where there are facilities made specifically for play makes that easier. It also allows for more experimentation when there are different types of furniture like cages, slings, chairs, etc, all available at once.
Sometimes people just want to get out of their everyday headspace for a night or weekend and going into these spaces provides that. It also allows for people to do things on their own terms without onlookers, like in bars and clubs. More can be done, more time can be taken doing it, and one can feel safe. I just started Googling it and asking every sex worker I know: I know three sex workers from Berlin who are regular users.
Did you get the impression that this was the main market for these flats? My impression of it is that it's intentionally marketed at gay men, but the people we interviewed said they've had straight couples - they'll take anybody who wants to rent the apartment. They also explained that most of the straight couples are hiring those flats because they have children and can't play at home that well. The other thing they're often used for is for bondage workshops.
Landlords can also seem sadistic! When you think about the economics of gentrification…. My mother always told me: Meanwhile, there are a lot of queer people in other areas of Berlin suffering to find a room. So some people are hiring a room to play in, while these guys have these apartments - one of them has four! There's this huge difference in the queer scene. Why did you decide to put actual sex reenactments in the apartments into the film?