Composer Gordon Stuart brutally rapes a fashion model, goes to trial, gets freed, comes back and rapes her little sister. She takes revenge. Written by
It isn't always an invitation to a kiss.
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The film attracted a lot of controversy at the time of release due to the graphic nature of the rape scene. Rapes had been depicted onscreen before now (Hope Lange
's violation in Death Wish
(1974) being a notable example) but they had rarely been shown in such detail and at such length. Lamont Johnson
intended with the rape scene to almost make the audience feel that they were being subjected to the ordeal themselves. Unfortunately, many groups - mainly feminist ones - felt that he was merely exploiting the situation and his lead actress. See more
In the final scene with the shotgun, the edge of a green stuntman's mat (or airbag) is visible at the lower right side of the car. See more
Stop! You're killing me!
Referenced in Call Me Angel, Sir
Written and Performed by Michel Polnareff
, Arranged by Jimmie Haskell See more