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I’ve long been a fan of The Last American Virgin, no doubt due to my obsessions as a teenager with the ingenue that is Diane Franklin. Having enjoyed Better Off Dead (where she played a French exchange student Monique Junot) and then caught her “stirring” performance in Amityville 2: The Possession I was eager to see more of the sctresses ample charms. And that’s how I discovered Boaz Davidson’s The Last American Virgin…
The film follows three friends, Gary (Monoson), Rick (Antin) and David (Rubbo), as they stumble from one sexual escapade to the other, taking in nymphomaniac Latin dance teacher Carmilla (Moritz), a red-headed hooker who gives them crabs and a bevy of teenage girls eager and willing to give it up for a line of coke and a dance. »
- Phil Wheat
The Last American Virgin, 1982.
Directed by Boaz Davidson.
Three Californian high school boys find their friendship tested by relationships, sexual desires and growing up...
More intriguing and far stranger than one would expect from first inspection, producer, writer and director Boaz Davidson's The Last American Virgin is something of a amalgam of a sex comedy and a social issue film.
The movie follows Gary (Lawrence Monoson), Rick (Steve Antin) and David (Joe Rubbo), three teenagers struggling to come to terms with growing up, school life, part time work, and more than anything else, the need to get laid. Sharing lewd cues from Porky's (released in the same year) - or, to a more British perspective, something of the sauciness and speeded up action montages of the Carry On films - the film's first half »
- Flickering Myth
2 items from 2013
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