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Fly Me the French Way (1974)
"Tout le monde il en a deux" (original title)

 -  Comedy | Drama  -  4 August 1974 (France)
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Valerie, a beautiful young girl, watches over her cousin's place while he is away for six months. Not one to take advantage of her new "digs", she spends her first night there reading, ... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
Joëlle Coeur ...
Valérie
Marie-France Morel ...
Sophie
Brigitte Borghese ...
Malvina (as Britt Anders)
Annie Belle ...
Brigitte (as Annie Brilland)
Jean-Paul Hazy ...
Paul
Agnès Lemercier ...
Jenny - maid (as Jenny Trochu)
Catherine Castel ...
Une souris
Marie-Pierre Castel ...
Une souris
Virgina Loup ...
Catarina - a maid
Marcel Richard ...
Karl
Minia Malove ...
Frida
Alain Bastin ...
Fred
Willy Braque
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Walden Desforets ...
Club member
Jean Dorlegeant ...
Club member
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Valerie, a beautiful young girl, watches over her cousin's place while he is away for six months. Not one to take advantage of her new "digs", she spends her first night there reading, playing records and. calling her girlfriend Sophie over for some hot lesbian sex! Later that night, members of a crazed sex cult break in and mistakenly kidnap Sophie. It seems Valerie's cousin, a member of this cult, has some incriminating photos and the leader wants to ruin his life. Realizing the mistake, the cult leader sends over a sultry French maid to seduce and kidnap Valerie (only AFTER some steamy sex, of course). Once the kidnapping plot is uncovered, Valerie and Sophie's horny friend Fred head over to the cult's mansion stronghold to put a stop to all this madness! Written by Ørnås

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When Joëlle Coeur first walks into the apartment, a poster for Jean Rollin's earlier The Nude Vampire (1970) is visible on the wall. See more »

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Not Rollin's Best
21 October 2004 | by (Denver, Colorado and Santiago, Chile) – See all my reviews

There are two ways to approach this movie. If you're looking for a softcore porn knock-off you will no doubt find it very strange, but you probably won't be disappointed. If you're a Jean Rollin fan though you won't find it strange enough, and you probably will be. The problem with this movie is that it is VERY heavily padded with the typical boring, mechanical softcore grinding scenes. It's not that this detracts from the plot--this is a Rollin film after all with the usual deliciously bizarre if completely inconsequential story--but it does take away from the strangely beautiful images and haunting atmosphere that characterize the director's best work. Rollin seemed to realize this and used a pseudonym on the film, even before it was retitled "Fly Me the French Way" (what the hell does that mean, anyway?) and had some pre-credit sequence from what is obviously a completely different movie slapped onto it.

I do have to take exception with some of the previous reviews which claim the women in this movie aren't attractive. So these French actresses need to shave their armpits, they're still preferable to the ridiculously over-sized silicone breasts attached to anorexic American "actresses" who are obviously just punching the clock when they're doing sex scenes. Call me un-American . . .


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