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Fuego (1969)

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A nymphomaniac can't get satisfaction from any single man or woman.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Isabel Sarli ...
Laura
Armando Bo ...
Carlos
Alba Múgica ...
Andrea (as Alba Mujica)
Miguel A. Olmos ...
(as Michael Olmos)
Oscar Valicelli ...
Mechanic
Mónica Grey ...
(as Monica Grey)
Marcel Zenklusen
Hugo Mújica ...
Jorge (as Hugo Magic)
Roberto Airaldi ...
Dr. Balazar
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A nymphomaniac can't get satisfaction from any single man or woman.

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She Burns... She Consumes... See more »

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23 September 1971 (Argentina)  »

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Quotes

Laura: I love you but I'm being consumed by this sexual fire inside... I need men! I NEED MEN!
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References Inspector Clouseau (1968) See more »

Soundtracks

Vivir es Morir
("Living Is Dying")
Written by Armando Bo, Humberto Ubriaco and Carlos Alonso
Sung by Carlos Alonso
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Torrid, overwrought and bursting with energy
14 March 2012 | by (Greenwich - London) – See all my reviews

Not quite as jaw dropping as some Japanese 'pinks' perhaps but this Argentinean gem gets pretty close. A product of writer, director and male lead, Mr Armanso Bo who also happens to be the husband of the unbelievable Isabel Sarli. Is this soft porn, high art or melodrama? Well, it's not high art but is kitsch enough to attract attention now and again away from Ms Sarli's considerable assets. Torrid, overwrought and bursting with energy, what this lacks in leading lady acting skills makes up for in originality and startling images. Sex in the snow, a geriatric lesbian maid, random breast exposure plus kissing close-ups so gross you will have to hide behind the sofa. If the dialogue doesn't make you giggle then the soundtrack will, at once naive, derivative, repetitive and irresistible. Much like the whole film, come to think about it.


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