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I Hate My Body (1974)

Odio mi cuerpo (original title)
The brain of a male engineer is transplanted into a female's body. He soon finds it very frustrating to cope with the daily sexist discrimination most women deal with. For example, he is ... See full summary »

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(as Leon Klimovsky)

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(story & screenplay), (adaptation) (as Solly) | 1 more credit »
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Leda Schmidt
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Adolfo Berger (as Narciso Ibañez Menta)
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Lydia Berger
Manuel Zarzo ...
Jefe de la fábrica (as Manolo Zarzo)
Eva León ...
Mika Rohn (as Eva Leon)
Manuel de Blas ...
Ernesto Knoll
María Silva ...
Mary Knoll (as Maria Silva)
Blanca Estrada ...
Elena
Byron Mabe ...
Peter Muller
José Guardiola ...
Sacerdote (as Jose Guardiola)
Juan Amigo ...
Arthur Harker
Álvaro de Luna ...
Camilo (as Alvaro de Luna)
Eduardo Calvo ...
Notario Gordon
Sonsoles Benedicto ...
Lucy
José Riesgo ...
Camarero (as Jose Riesgo)
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The brain of a male engineer is transplanted into a female's body. He soon finds it very frustrating to cope with the daily sexist discrimination most women deal with. For example, he is surprised when no one will hire a female engineer. When he is faced with dealing with female sexuality, he quickly begins exhibiting lesbian tendencies. Written by Ørnås

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The brain of a man... the body of a woman... the sexual horror story of our time!

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Drama | Horror | Sci-Fi

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31 May 1974 (Spain)  »

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Weird story about a brain transplant...
3 May 2002 | by (Evansville, Indiana USA) – See all my reviews

1st watched 5/3/2002 - 3 out of 10(Dir-Leon Klimovsky): Weird story about a brain transplant performed on a woman's body with a man's brain. What ensues, of course, is chaos for the victim of the operation who becomes confused, obviously, about his/her identity and what he/she is supposed to do about it. What could have been an interesting exploration in the difference between men and women becomes more of an exploitative one-sided view of the heathen, filthy men and a display of a one-sided world that caters to men and treats women like trash. I can't say that some of this probably wasn't true especially in the early 70's, but when the movie turns into a typical thriller/type situation where the man/woman tries to get the best out of his/her life by ruining other people's it gets out of hand.


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