Vixen lives in a Canadian mountain resort with her naive pilot husband. While he's away flying in tourists, she gets it on with practically everybody including a husband and his wife, and ... See full summary »
Vixen lives in a Canadian mountain resort with her naive pilot husband. While he's away flying in tourists, she gets it on with practically everybody including a husband and his wife, and even her biker brother. She is openly racist, and she makes it clear that she won't do the wild thing with her brother's biker friend, who is black. Written by
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"Vixen" is a charming film filled with lovable people It cemented Russ Meyer's reputation in cult-film circles
Vixen Palmer (Erica Palmer) is the wife of a Canadian bush pilot She and her husband run a resort for vacationers, but she utilizes the place more for her erotic exploits than for making money To say that she is having sexual relations with many is an understatement She provokes many of the young boys in a nearby town, and basically has a good time...
Everyone seems to know about Vixen's exploits except her husband, who constantly considers her a loving, loyal housewife The plot moves into high gear when a Communist hijacks the husband's plane and orders him at gunpoint to fly to Cuba
While Meyer never moved into graphic sex, "Vixen" was one of the early expressing films for the adult market It contained much simulated intercourse, a lot of nudity, and sex jokes... The film by nature is exploitative, but Meyer always lets the plot move in and out of the erotic encounters, creating a distinct stimulating sex comedy rather than a series of cheap shots The performances are always exuberant, anddespite the hilarious actionthe characters are very realistic
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