10 Movies You Must Watch If You Liked '50 Shades Of Grey'!

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‘Thanks For Sharing’ is the story of three disparate characters who are learning to face a challenging and often confusing world as they struggle together against a common demon: sex addiction. ‘Thanks For Sharing’ is the story of three disparate characters who are learning to face a challenging and often confusing world as they struggle together against a common demon: sex addiction.

‘Thanks For Sharing’ is the story of three disparate characters who are learning to face a challenging and often confusing world as they struggle together against a common demon: sex addiction.

Looking for Mr. Goodbar is a film about a nutshell, who is a schoolteacher who spends her nights cruising bars, looking for abusive men with whom she can engage in progressively violent sexual encounters. Looking for Mr. Goodbar is a film about a nutshell, who is a schoolteacher who spends her nights cruising bars, looking for abusive men with whom she can engage in progressively violent sexual encounters.

Looking for Mr. Goodbar is a film about a nutshell, who is a schoolteacher who spends her nights cruising bars, looking for abusive men with whom she can engage in progressively violent sexual encounters.

‘Nymphomaniac’ is the story of Joe (Charlotte Gainsbourg), a self-diagnosed nymphomaniac who is discovered badly beaten in an alley by an older bachelor, Seligman (Stellan Skarsgård), who takes her into his home. ‘Nymphomaniac’ is the story of Joe (Charlotte Gainsbourg), a self-diagnosed nymphomaniac who is discovered badly beaten in an alley by an older bachelor, Seligman (Stellan Skarsgård), who takes her into his home.

‘Nymphomaniac’ is the story of Joe (Charlotte Gainsbourg), a self-diagnosed nymphomaniac who is discovered badly beaten in an alley by an older bachelor, Seligman (Stellan Skarsgård), who takes her into his home.

9½ Weeks. The title refers to the duration of the relationship between self-absorbed Wall Street banker John (Mickey Rourke) and divorced art gallery owner Elizabeth (Kim Basinger). 9½ Weeks. The title refers to the duration of the relationship between self-absorbed Wall Street banker John (Mickey Rourke) and divorced art gallery owner Elizabeth (Kim Basinger).

9½ Weeks. The title refers to the duration of the relationship between self-absorbed Wall Street banker John (Mickey Rourke) and divorced art gallery owner Elizabeth (Kim Basinger).

Paul (Marlon Brando), a middle-aged American, comes to Paris when his estranged wife commits suicide. Chancing to meet young Frenchwoman Jeanne (Maria Schneider), in Last Tango in Paris,  Paul enters into a sadomasochistic, carnal relationship with her. Paul (Marlon Brando), a middle-aged American, comes to Paris when his estranged wife commits suicide. Chancing to meet young Frenchwoman Jeanne (Maria Schneider), in Last Tango in Paris,  Paul enters into a sadomasochistic, carnal relationship with her.

Paul (Marlon Brando), a middle-aged American, comes to Paris when his estranged wife commits suicide. Chancing to meet young Frenchwoman Jeanne (Maria Schneider), in Last Tango in Paris, Paul enters into a sadomasochistic, carnal relationship with her.

Catherine Deneuve stars as a wealthy but bored newlywed, eager to taste life to the fullest. BELLE DE JOUR is a delicate but passionate study of erotica Catherine Deneuve stars as a wealthy but bored newlywed, eager to taste life to the fullest. BELLE DE JOUR is a delicate but passionate study of erotica

Catherine Deneuve stars as a wealthy but bored newlywed, eager to taste life to the fullest. BELLE DE JOUR is a delicate but passionate study of erotica

A deeply disturbing examination — what else can you expect out of Michael Haneke — of desire and desperation in love, ‘The Piano Teacher’ may leave you shaken by the time it ends. A deeply disturbing examination — what else can you expect out of Michael Haneke — of desire and desperation in love, ‘The Piano Teacher’ may leave you shaken by the time it ends.

A deeply disturbing examination — what else can you expect out of Michael Haneke — of desire and desperation in love, ‘The Piano Teacher’ may leave you shaken by the time it ends.

On the face of it, ‘Shame’ is about sex-addiction; but it could so easily have been about any other addiction. How often we try to masquerade our inner fears and weaknesses under the veil of addiction? Shame deals with that. On the face of it, ‘Shame’ is about sex-addiction; but it could so easily have been about any other addiction. How often we try to masquerade our inner fears and weaknesses under the veil of addiction? Shame deals with that.

On the face of it, ‘Shame’ is about sex-addiction; but it could so easily have been about any other addiction. How often we try to masquerade our inner fears and weaknesses under the veil of addiction? Shame deals with that.

Secretary. A young woman, recently released from a mental hospital, gets a job as a secretary to a demanding lawyer, where their employer-employee relationship turns into a sexual, sadomasochistic one. Secretary. A young woman, recently released from a mental hospital, gets a job as a secretary to a demanding lawyer, where their employer-employee relationship turns into a sexual, sadomasochistic one.

Secretary. A young woman, recently released from a mental hospital, gets a job as a secretary to a demanding lawyer, where their employer-employee relationship turns into a sexual, sadomasochistic one.

Don Jon : A womanising bartender (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) meets a gorgeous woman (Scarlett Johansson) who forces him think for the first time about building a real relationship. Don Jon : A womanising bartender (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) meets a gorgeous woman (Scarlett Johansson) who forces him think for the first time about building a real relationship.

Don Jon : A womanising bartender (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) meets a gorgeous woman (Scarlett Johansson) who forces him think for the first time about building a real relationship.

“Sex” in one form or another has always been an integral part of movies. Though, usually, sex is shown as an extension of romance. Rarely movies are made “about” sex (don’t we already have porn?). So, when filmmakers choose to make a film about sex, it more often than not deals with some form of sexual affliction. Among all the sexual afflictions, it seems like sexual addiction is the one that’s most commonly addressed.
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