That was fast. Two years after its release and there’s already a remake of The Little Death?! This might not have been a bad idea had Kiki been an improvement on its paltry-as-is forerunner. Unlike real life, Kiki begins under the sheets and then proceeds to spend the rest of its running time talking about sex. The two commonalities shared by the ten lead characters are proximity (they all reside in Madrid) and a kinky fetish assigned them by writer-director-star Paco León. It’s one thing for a partner to uncontrollably climax while being held at knifepoint during a gas station robbery, another to set up a pretend rape to catch his unwitting girlfriend off guard. There might have been more to say about juxtaposing dark laughs against a sunny backdrop, were it not for the director’s insistence at setting his dial on fluff. (2016) — Scott Marks
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