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Shown at the Cannes Film Festival, it became the first European porn film to become a hit in America and had full-page ads in the New York City papers. The production money for the film was provided by pioneering porn producer Reuben Sturman, who was largely convinced to go through with it by a brief affair with the leading lady, Brigitte Maier. See more »
The film fails largely because of the acting and poor filming. The sex scenes are quite graphic but poorly edited. The film itself attempts to view an American girl's discovery of European sexual morals and has a quite interesting ending if you can take it seriously. It is saved only by the presence of Brigitte Maier who was one of the truly beautiful porn stars of the 1970s.
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