In Steve McQueen’s “Shame”, a lonely, sex addicted man, played by Michael Fassbender, takes women to his room in the Standard Hotel, above New York City’s Highline – in the fruitless pursuit of spiritual transcendence through contact. sexual anonymous. Director McQueen has too much style to do a sequel, yet it suddenly becomes very easy for me to imagine “Shame II”: the main roles would be Donald Trump Jr and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, who are in a stuffy hotel room. Put a series of bad luck on the glittering Hudson.
After the first version of “Shame” ended with the most lust-free sex I’ve ever seen in the cinema, the second one began with Kim and Don Jr giving their fans access to the pleasures they enjoyed. like two on their country tour Divorced people with a power-hungry ego and a hungry libido. Kimberly, head of Trump’s fundraising team, is said to have alienated key donors through constant lewd talk about her sex life with Don Jr. Rumor has it that she offered lap dances and whirlpool parties to the largest donor. For Kim, sex is business, but it’s fun because work is fun. Winning is fun. For Don Jr, sex is an important element of self-promotion that he worked hard on, with his flannel shirts, his fake yippie-yes, his guns engraved with the slogan “Make America Great Again” (the AR- 15, for example, whose magazine features a representation of Hillary Clinton’s face behind bars). None of his patriotic poses are convincing. It is true that he went hunting as a boy, albeit with his relatives in what was then Czechoslovakia. It’s not like shooting Appalachian squirrels to make mountain stew.