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Uden en trævl (1968)

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When a high-school girl complains of her inability to reach sexual climax, her doctor suggests that she keep a diary of her sexual encounters. She does just that and soon finds herself ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Anne Grete Nissen ...
Lillian - the teenager
Ib Mossin ...
Dr. Petersen - Lilian's gynecologist
Joan Gamst ...
Lise
Niels Borksand ...
Henry - the boyfriend
Ki-Jo Feza ...
Britta - the girl friend
Niels Dybeck ...
Göran
Dieter Eppler ...
Kurt von Asbach
Åke Engfeldt ...
Bengt - the make-up artist
Jean Kress ...
Pierre
Søren Strømberg ...
Grev Jan
Søren Carlsbæk ...
Åke
Dale Robinson ...
Freddy
Bjørn Spiro
John Martinus ...
Jon
Leif Fich ...
Heini
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When a high-school girl complains of her inability to reach sexual climax, her doctor suggests that she keep a diary of her sexual encounters. She does just that and soon finds herself caught up in a sexual merry-go-round that includes making a hardcore porno film in Sweden, an escapade with a German sadist and a lesbian encounter. Written by Ørnås

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You Have Never Seen Anything Like it Before!

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24 December 1969 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Without a Stitch  »

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A rare case for an imported sex comedy, it was still playing in subtitled version at U.S. drive-ins as late as 1975, rather than being shown in the typical dubbed-in-English format of such films in these venues. See more »

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Referenced in Twisted Sex Vol. 16 (1996) See more »

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Gaudeamus igitur (Let us rejoice therefore)
Traditional student song
Hummed by Anne Grete Nissen
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Good advertisement for a trip to late 60's Sweden
26 May 2011 | by (Denver, Colorado and Santiago, Chile) – See all my reviews

A young Scandinavian woman (Ana-Grete Nissen) is concerned that she is frigid, so she consults a young male doctor who prescribes a highly unorthodox and unprofessional(but pretty predictable) solution to her problem. After his "hands-on" approach brings her some definite sexual satisfaction, he recommends that she continue her "explorations" by taking a long road trip where, naturally, she is to have sex with all, um, comers that she meets along the way. This leads to straight sex scenes, lesbian sex scenes, three-way sex scenes, and at least one hilarious S-and-M sex scene. These sex scenes are ridiculously numerous, but they are also quite fast-paced, making this movie a little more exciting than most tedious softcore grinders. Like a lot of 70's Swedish actresses, Nissen is quite appealing simply because she looks like a normal girl rather than the well-worn Times Square skanks you tend to find in a lot of American softcore films of that era (and she's obviously more girl than silicone, unlike pretty much all the "adult" actresses of today).

Amazingly, this Swedish/Danish movie was recently released on a pretty nice-looking (but possibly gray market) English-friendly DVD under the title "Without a Stitch". The feature itself is sexy, albeit strangely innocent, fun, and the disc also includes a truly incredible collection of Swedish skin-flick trailers featuring the films of various Scandinavian lovelies like Christine Lindberg ("Maid in Sweden", "Exposed"), Marie Lilljedahl ("Inga", "The Seduction of Inga"), and Maria Forsa (in the sadly unavailable "Flossie"). (For some reason they also throw in a trailer for the much sleazier, Italian-made Laura Gemser film "Sister Emanuelle"). It's definitely attractive package--kinda makes you want to jump on an airplane (and in a time machine)and head for late 60's Sweden. . .


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