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A Complete History of My Sexual Failures 2008
Description: The egocentric documentary-maker Chris Waitt traces his romantic ineptitude and sexual impotence through awkward interviews with irate ex-girlfriends and stunts involving S&M parlours, Harley Road doctors and Viagra overdoses. The effects are often hilarious, sometimes moving and speak directly to the hapless paramour in all of us.
Released: 27 Jun 2008 Director: Chris Waitt Writers: Chris Waitt (by) Actors: Aleksandra Boyarskaya, Danielle McLeod, Olivia Trench Genres: Documentary, Comedy
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A Complete History of My Sexual Failures Reviews:

After such a promising begin of a movie asking some intriguingly deep and private questions whilst at the same time being absolutely hilarious, why are we left with an hour of staged penis and erection jokes? The amateurish/improvised camera work and rough editing seemed to form the excellent window into Waitt's world, and it was simple to agree his lazy talking head style for leading us through. It all seemed a excellent extension to his personality, explaining as much about him as does his grimy flat. We aren't watching a Fellini masterpiece, we're watching a graduation movie by a student who woke up 10 years late for hand in. This extremely personalized style, together with the enthralling topics and Waitt's amusing personality, promises to entertain on many levels.The initial several meetings with ex girlfriends are great, seeing how they have moved on with their lives compared to him (you don't even stop to think that he's a filmmaker). We begin to hear his faults as he turns the camera on himself in the most private way, asking them what they remember from the relationships, what went wrong, why they split-up, etc. There is a pretty and strange melancholic humour as we watch this hero faced with a lost past that he seems to be stuck in and unable to face in a mature method (forget the film-making). This is accentuated by the fact that hardly any of the ex girlfriends wish to be there or even see him (one talks from behind a screen, via a computer).This section culminates in a stage where he meets a woman who left him after he couldn't perform sexually. He does this in the hotel room where it happened and we feel we are in a crime stage as they talk it over. A nice and funny stage and all the more hilarious as we realize the girl from the hotel is there, looking annoyed with this fact (and the fact that he is there at all). She gives her tip on the matter. It encapsulates and accentuates the feeling of the entire movie to this point. He is in a zone where he is unwelcome, revealing his most private faults to whoever will listen. Brilliant.After this the movie gets preoccupied with his erection issues and something that should have been a funny subplot is turned into the main event. We are then faced with a number of staged scenes that force us to fully disregard any pretense of sincerity the movie has previously suggested. He goes to the doctor and the persona we saw when he confronted his ex girlfriends: cheeky, oblivious schoolboy, is turned into a Euro Trash presenter as he sees how rude he can be whilst getting away with it. The following scenes just receive worse. He goes to a psychiatrist and rather than talking about his trouble he sings her a song about wanting to f*@k all the women in the world, whilst not even being able to f*@k her. Following this he goes to a dominatrix to have his penis whipped. As a final solution he overdoses on Viagra, which takes him to the roads to ask 300 girls if they will f*@k him, and as a effect spends the night in a cell. I couldn't think of a more effective method to lose an audiences sympathy for a person. These scenes belong in Jackass and made me wonder why I expected more. It seems to me that his comments about not having the material for a movie were true, but desperate to hold it at detail length he sacrificed the initial brilliant concept for a much lesser one.So, in the end, when Waitts finally visits the one woman who really meant something to him but finds out she is pregnant with other man's child, how are we meant to trust his feelings for her and as a effect feel sympathy for him? Through the whole middle section of the movie we are faced with numerous staged scenes where he only just stops short of turning to laugh at the camera, so why agree this as real? We're left feeling that he has been mocking everyone who took part...apart from her? I have to admit that the end scenes did strike a chord: The moment of a boy realizing he has missed out on something unique with someone he loves, a type of tragic awakening, whilst at the same time meeting someone new. But to give it any credibility I would have to forget a huge proportion of the same film.


I'll tell first that I empathize with this narrator and I found this movie to be well worth the time. However, having seen far more private and daring attempts at catharsis I was place off by the film's consistent, crass disingenuity. Within the first ten minutes, it becomes clear that the narrator's quest to pursue the "history of his failed relationships" is merely a narcissistic attempt to further reinforce the high opinion he holds for himself. This is a fantasy rock-star gratifying himself with a wink to the camera, evidenced more by the passive-aggressive and flippant attitude he displays toward the folks who've touched him than by the headphones he costumes around his neck. At the beginning of the movie we are introduced to a list of his ex-girlfriends, which we could note is average or above average in length for a boy his age, a boy who is not physically unattractive. He crassly reintroduces himself to every of the lovely girls who've left him with obvious disregard for the folks they've become, and we retain the impression that he's carried his camera team with either bitterness or adolescent bravado to their door for a boast. We see him coaxing smiles from pretty young girls on the roadside who giggle and coo for his attentions; we see his mother chide him for having ignored the amorous letters of the many girls who've adored him, even as he suppresses a smile; we see him create a fool of "geeky" skateboarders, as if his own ostentatious display of guitars didn't evidence some puerile naivete. All this within the first ten mins - and is all this to establish some wobbly foundation from which he'll fall, and in the throes of private agony lay himself raw to some revelation? Perhaps, in the last ten minutes. The majority of the movie speaks more to pathos than tragedy. The storyline unfolds as we loathe to expect: he returns to every of his ex-girlfriends to remind them of how he humiliated them the first time, and it will be a pleasure if he can do so again. He even goes through the motions of finding a fresh girlfriend (since by actually we've established firmly that finding a fresh girlfriend has NEVER been the problem) just so he can vent even more hostility in systematically rejecting and dismissing them all. He just can't seem to search the committed, genuine anger or the beating he wants as a response - not from a counselor, whose words lack the pain and not from a dominatrix, whose pain is misspoken. By the time our character takes his Viagra and we're equally convinced his issues have nothing to do with sex, just as our 'documentary' seems to devolve into a time-wasting farce, he narrows to his last, most meaningful interview. Hostility is funny but it can't replace an apology. Actually the perennial question 'why did you dump me?' is marked by a more tender, anxious delivery. Even as our imagination pads the brevity of this conversation with some depth, one can't support but wonder to what extent, wiping her tears, this girl also felt used. Who couldn't love the method it ends.


Regardless of how much of this 'documentary' is fake and how much of it is real, it is still about a finished and utter lunatic. Chris Waitt, who also directed the film, can't seriously be wondering why all these women dumped him and why his sex life is a failure, I thought to myself. It's a surprise that he even got that many folks to go out on dates with him. When Chris eventually accused few of his ex-girlfriends of being psychopaths, things got even more frustrating. Then we have to endure more than 20 mins of penis and erection jokes, few of which are obviously staged. Still, I can't tell I hated the film, when Chris stopped being so utterly self-obsessed and defensive in tone, and allowed us a clear look at his ex-girlfriends, I genuinely felt some emotion and connection with a lot of them. Ultimately the film is not bad, but not nice either, held afloat by some funny moments, the encounter with his one girlfriend that he'd been with for many years, that he genuinely seemed to love, and a bizarre stage in which he goes out on the road and asks multiple girls to sleep with him. I've everytime wanted to do that, but never had the guts. Above all else the movie genuinely cheered me up, made me realize that while I haven't made a semi-successful film, my issues still pale in comparison to Waitt's, and it's not like he exists in almost an alien reality, in total poverty or something, he's not too far off from how I live, and while the movie really isn't a success ultimately, it did succeed in making me laugh occasionally and also reconsider my attitude towards women. If the happenings in the movie are real, I do at least admire Waitt's courage in turning the camera on himself and, no matter how stubborn he often is, ultimately admitting how many of his failures were his own fault.



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