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John Drew Barrymore
This film, also known as "Games Girls Play" and "The Bunny Caper", is a strange animal. It's a British sex comedy in some sense, largely filmed in England and with somewhat of a British sensibility, but both the director (Jack Arnold) and lead actress (Christina Hart) were Americans. Arnold was actually a very respected director at one point, responsible for such films as "The Incredible Shrinking Man", "Tarantula", and the original "Creature from the Black Lagoon". Clearly, his career was in decline here, but this is certainly much better made and bigger budgeted than your average 70's sex romp, and Hart and the other girls are genuinely pretty (which wasn't always the case in 70's sex films) and also silicone-free (which is NEVER the case today).
The story, unfortunately, is very stupid--but that's par for the course I guess. The "teenage" daughter of wealthy industrialist (Hart, who actually looks about twenty five) is sleeping her way through the US military ranks. For some reason that's a problem, so they decide to get her out of the country by making her father ambassador to Great Britain. Once there, her father enrolls her in a strict finishing school, but within five minutes she's corrupted her (equally mature and improbably gorgeous) British roommates. She gets them to go skinny-dipping in the school pool and lose their virginity en masse during a coed basketball game (don't ask). The "plot" takes off though when the girls decide to have a "contest" to try to bed some international VIPs visiting London for a world conference, including a Chinese ping-pong champion, a drunken Russian, a Henry Kissinger-like US statesman (if you have always fantasized about seeing Kissinger getting lucky with a "teenage" girl, THIS is your chance), and--even though they don't say exactly whom--somebody in Windsor Castle (perhaps Charles or Andrew, hopefully not Phillip or the Queen herself).
As you might imagine their plans go horribly awry and an international incident is soon brewing. This movie is rarely funny, but it is pretty sexy I guess. It's pretty dumb and I can't rave too much about it, but I don't regret having seen it either.
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