Albert has the enviable job of being employed by a plush hotel to cater to the female visitors. His duty is to satisfy them in any and every way possible. All is not well for Albert though ... See full summary »
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Rolf (Michael Cromer), a sex-advice columnist and a lecher, has affairs with numerous women, but never a permanent relationship. Suzanne, one of his ex-lovers, offers to bet that no woman ... See full summary »
Shion is the most merciless assassin of the Magnificat crime group. However, when her hand and heart hesitate to murder the man she loves, her superior marks her for death. Torn from the ... See full summary »
History loving boys Raphael, who came to visit his friend in America and made sexual confusion into the life of this family, may remind you of external plot outline genius "Theorems" of ... See full summary »
Archaeologist Walter and his wife Laura are working at a dig on a small island off the coast of Sweden. One day Laura catches Walter having a go at it with his sexy assistant, Anna. Laura ... See full summary »
Five sexy females from the planet Venus are sent to Earth to bring back sperm samples to their planet, which is dying out because there are no men left on it. After the land they find that ... See full summary »
An ultra-tame West German sex comedy from 1970, RUN, VIRGIN, RUN tells the story of a remote Alpine village where a bracing wind has an amazing effect on the men, turning them into baby-making love machines. What they don't know is that, while they're out enjoying the fresh air, the village blacksmith is the man actually doing all of the hard work in servicing their wives.
The film is as silly as it sounds, complemented by a dodgy English dub that thankfully is nowhere near as bad as the one on the similarly-themed BOTTOMS UP. It's business as usual in any case, a lame comedy filled with over the top acting and actresses who regularly disrobe for any old reason. RUN, VIRGIN, RUN sometimes feels like a CARRY ON flick from the same era although it's nowhere near as well made or indeed as funny as those.
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