I recommend you see...
...a very cynical and naughty woman called:
Fräulein Phyllis (Miss Phyllis)
Austria 2004, Directed by: Clemens Schönborn, Camera: Michael Weihrauch, Eva Wolf Music: Max Knoth, Produzent: Markus Fischer.
With: Sophie Rois, Bernhard Schütz, Hertha Schell, Susi Stach, Marek Wlodarczyk, Georg Friedrich, Lukas Miko, Gudrun Tielsch.
"The catastrophe comes, because we dream it. And we dream it, because we fear it. And long for it."
Fräulein Phyllis is around 40, pretends to be a writer, spends her days in bed, philosophises about the wickedness of the world, smokes pot...and lives with her mother. They two live the perfect love-hate relationship. Phyllis gives her mother's clothes away to strangers, likes to tell that her mother is suffering from cancer and will die soon. She inscenes her everyday-life. Plays around with people and their feelings. Everything is a game, everything is a lie, everything is manipulation.
Her mother isn't shy either. She cleans her feet with Phyllis' toothbrush, talks ill to Phyllis' date, and she wants her daughter to move out and to get a work!! Well, Phyllis feels pretty comfortable with her lazy life, and she is willing to get active to sustain her luxery way of living.
Oh, and then there is Henry. A soap actor. He gets involved with Phyllis and sniffs the chance to change his life. He knows Phyllis makes his life interesting. A lot of people die in traffic "accidents" and there are evidences and witnesses they have to get rid of.
Would I say there is one person in this movie, who gives a shit about morals and conventions? No.
"My mother always says, I should be raped hard. Well, is getting raped worth getting out of bed?"