Edwige Fenech stars in this Italian sex-comedy as the new teacher in all-boys Catholic school. All of the boys desire for the chance to "learn" more about their new teacher, but only 1 student gets the opportunity.
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The film starts off like an Italian Porky's: three boys checking out the girls bathroom where two well endowed girls are comparing breasts. It is one of the Italian sex comedies popular in the seventies.
Franco (Alfredo Pea), the boy who got the best of his buddies is in danger of failing, and gets a private tutor (Edwige Fenech). Now, as a typical teen, he is delighted when he meets her.
Giovanna (Fenech) doesn't arrive until late in the film, but she is the reason we are here. You cannot look at her long legs without excitement building up.
Franco is desperate. He even pretends he is gay to get her to sleep with him. I'm not sure how that is supposed to work.
He does manage to get a good look at her in the bathroom and cops a feel while she is sleeping, but, it isn't until he fakes a suicide that he finally achieves success.
Great comedy and a welcome view of Fenech.
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