Henning is a fashion photographer driven by visions of artistic glory. He is encouraged by a literary agent to produce a volume of erotic nudes and works to create the perfect layout with ... See full summary »
The Cocoa Poodle bar is the central meeting place for the denizens of a bohemian suburban area. Janet, a rather colorless model, is jealous of her artist/mentor Tanya, who attracts the attention of all the local guys. An exotic card-reader offers her a pair of earrings which will give her power over others. She soon becomes the center of attention, but commits a fatal error.
Marcia, a sexy bucolic orphan, hitch-hikes to the city to meet up with her sister, who has promised her a job at the roadhouse where she works as a hostess. She has no qualms about sleeping... See full summary »
Joseph W. Sarno
Beverly a teaser bar girl, that think she hates men, but is in fact suffering from repressed nymphomania. She finds out when she flirts with her best friends man and gets thrown out in the street. Beverly runs into a toy store owner.
A seductive woman, who left her small fishing town long ago after being caught with another woman's husband, returns to shake up the place by seducing everyone, including the woman and her girlfriends.
A man-hungry suburban woman feels frustrated since she lives in the home of her prudish aunt and cousin, who interrupt and criticise her amorous liaisons. A co-worker brings her to a ... See full summary »
Deep Inside-viewed at a private screening at BFI London. For those who may have difficulty viewing this film the plot is roughly as follows, A group of girlfriends arrive at Fire Island a New York resort for an annual reunion. Millicent played as a magnificent malcontent in the Iago mould by Peggy Steffans engineers discord amongst her venal coterie until they realise her schemes and turn away from her. Sarno's repertory company of the time give committed performances in material that would not have been out of place in Douglas Sirks canon. The result is superior entertainment in any genre overlooked or ignored because of its place in the Grindhouse circuit, the success of Sarno's output amongst the raincoat brigade suggests that they have qualities of discernment they are not generally granted with. The mystery is why Sarno's work went unsung during the cineaste 70's and is only now being discovered by a few aficionados. Seek it out where you can!
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