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Mona: The Virgin Nymph (1970)

Mona is engaged but wants to remain untouched until she is married. However, since her childhood she has had a fascination for blow jobs, which her fiancée has benefited from. He arranges a... See full summary »

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(uncredited), (uncredited)
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Cast

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Judy Angel ...
Mona's Mother (uncredited)
Gerard Broulard ...
Movie Theater Patron (uncredited)
Orrin North ...
Jim (uncredited)
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Hooker (uncredited)
Fifi Watson ...
Mona (uncredited)
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Mona is engaged but wants to remain untouched until she is married. However, since her childhood she has had a fascination for blow jobs, which her fiancée has benefited from. He arranges a sex party where Mona has many opportunities to further her capability in this field. Written by Mattias Thuresson

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The picture with W.O.M. * Word of Mouth See more »

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Adult | Comedy

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2 October 1972 (Sweden)  »

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$7,000 (estimated)
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1.37 : 1
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Shot in three days. See more »

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The actors occasionally look at the director, or the camera for cues. See more »

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References One for the Money (1970) See more »

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charmingly forthright and silly
17 June 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

As it turns out, the makers of the legendary "Flesh Gordon" were also the makers of the first-ever theatrical hardcore feature. What's fascinating is that the genre has really not fundamentally progressed one inch past what they do here. Oh, some of the details may have changed, but we still get about fifteen seconds of plot every ten minutes, interspersed with the predictable carnal content. Which isn't bad, actually, and the plot stuff is better: charmingly forthright and silly. Admittedly the dominant image I'm carrying around afterward is of the unremitting full-screen vaginal closeups - probably because I saw it in a theatre; web porn has nothing on this scale of spectacle, not to mention the social component of watching it with a roomful of skeptical youngish middle-class types. (And let's not forget the peppy harmonica that accompanies these images on the soundtrack!) It's not particularly cool that the brief incest scene is played for titillation before it rotates into light irony. But for the most part this story of people of various ages and genders seeking out their various sexual relations strikes me as a positive statement, in its severely limited way. It looks like they're having a lot of fun!


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