A couple about to be married are both having affairs, with women. This campy sex-romp takes place in some European city where everyone appears to be sex crazed and speaks with a different ...
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A couple about to be married are both having affairs, with women. This campy sex-romp takes place in some European city where everyone appears to be sex crazed and speaks with a different accent. Written by
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In the wake of La Dolce Vita, a whole genre of swinging European 'art' films sprang up, with everybody involved looking very chic and trying very hard to be decadent in a way that would now almost be shocking for a TV movie. This is yet another example. In place of La Dolce Vita's extravagant visual style and exuberant energy, however, we get less interesting visuals and random tedium. The cast is attractive but nothing very interesting happens - a few party hookups, a little cheating, a little experimental lesbianism - and all of it is very PG-rated by modern standards. In fact the only taste of action the viewer gets is a vicious confrontation between the main character and her cheating boyfriend, when HE slaps HER around. Not exactly a hero for the modern, sensitive viewer. Really there is very little here to keep a viewer's interest for 80 minutes and even less to like. Avoid.
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