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Sit

To hold court or perform an act that is judicial in nature; to hold a session, such as of a court, Grand Jury, or legislative body.

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Play Pen, 2000, depicts a woman who is all forward, pointing toward the viewer with her whole body as she sits back in a throne, her mask accessorized by the animal skin wrapped around her neck like a crude stole, while another hooded woman sirs clutching one breast at the foot of the chair.
The veteran Jan Minarik, delightfully grave in oversize diapers, deposits stones between the legs of two supine women waving their limbs, then sits back to contemplate them over the thumb he's sucking.
She sits back and enjoys the men's make-out session, and for an all-too-brief moment, it seems as if the movie win focus on her Joe Orton-like delight in devilry.