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Je suis frigide... pourquoi? (1972)

Not Rated | | Drama | 12 April 1974 (USA)
The title to this underrated follow-up to director Pécas "I Am A Nymphomaniac" seems to mislead people into thinking this film doesn't deliver the eurosex goods. It does! For me personally ... See full summary »

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The title to this underrated follow-up to director Pécas "I Am A Nymphomaniac" seems to mislead people into thinking this film doesn't deliver the eurosex goods. It does! For me personally this film is much more exciting and the better of the two! Sultry Sandra Julien stars as a teenage virgin who is traumatized after being raped by her 2 "friends", a young man and his sister, leaving her with no interest in sex. Discouraged, she embarks on a journey of sexual awakening in hopes of curing herself. The US version distributed by Radley Metzger's Audobon Productions as "Let Me Love You" is considerably longer then the European version and includes a more effective score recycled from "Camille 2000". Written by Brian D. Horrorwitz

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frigidity ain't erotic
5 May 2003 | by See all my reviews

Despite the presence of Sandra Julien (of "Frisson des vampires" fame), this is a tepid exercise in picturesque eroticism. It made sense to base a film on nymphomania (see Pecas's superior "I am a Nymphomaniac, also with SJ"), but what can you do with frigidity? The most interesting scenes are the campy theatrical pieces, a la Jesus Franco, which are premised by the fact that one of the heroine's boyfriends is a stage director. And the film's attitude toward rape is howlingly politically incorrect nowadays (the girl subconsciously wanted it, according to her psychiatrist.)


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