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The film's final scene returned to the one in the opening, in which Marcos was again receiving fellatio from Ana as he stood in front of her (now more explicitly filmed with a prosthetic penis, without a condom) - he said: "I love you so, Ana" - to which she replied: "I love you too, Marcos" - and the film cut to black before the end credits.In notorious director Uwe Boll's video game adaptation, a vampire sword-and-sorcery action film, Rayne was the title character in 18th century Eastern Europe -- a beautiful but vengeful half-human, half-vampire Dhampir (Kristanna Loken), whose patriarchal father was evil ruler Lord Kagan (Ben Kingsley).Actual toplessness was shown (from Angela Little as Sheree, Rachel Veltri as Dani, and two other unnamed actresses) in a shower cam scene.An additional tacked-on scene involved two naked teens (August 2001 Scenes from a porno video viewed on a laptop were harmless in the R-version, when compared to the unrated version.Part of the sometimes endearing plot involved Matt helping tentative girlfriend Elyse Houston (Arielle Kebbel) to win a coveted music scholarship.Mexican writer/director Carlos Reygadas' Palme D'Or-nominated film with non-professional actors told "about the mystical erotic pleasure of lost souls in the megalopolis of Mexico City." It caused controversy wherever shown, due to its two major scenes of sexual content - the act of fellatio - in the film's beginning and end dream sequences.
Later, Marcos unwisely confessed to her that he and his wife Berta Ruiz (Esposa De Marcos) had kidnapped a baby, but it died before the ransom could be collected (never shown in the film). "During another sexual rendezvous, Ana straddled atop the passive Marcos and made love to him as he laid under her, while the camera panned away from them and backed up through an open window to survey the surrounding buildings, rooftops and neighborhood (with children playing).He held her bloody corpse in his arms, and then left the building (she died soon after).He joined a religious pilgrimage to the Basilica, where he repentantly walked on his knees with his head hooded, and died at the altar.Those who were critical of the film were labeled "homophobic." Although widely hailed as a "breakthrough" film for gay cinema, neither of the film's two lead actors, nor its director, nor its screenwriters were gay, and the film was originally advertised in trailers without specifically referring to the film's 'gay' themes or scenes.Writer/director/producer Jim Jarmusch's film won the Grand Prix at the year's Cannes International Film Festival.