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Not for everyone,but Joe D'Amato fans might like it
The plot of this is a little hard to follow even with English subtitles. A gynecologist (Renzo Montagni) with a low-rent practice gets an opportunity to take over a much more high-end practice from a friend of his father's after the friend has to flee because he owes money to the mob. The gynecologist has a ridiculous amount of sex at both his original practice and his new practice both with his ridiculous horny female patients and his shapely secretary (Paola Senatore).
Although not the most attractive guy in the world (he was better looking than Lino Banfi or Alvaro Vitali at least), Montagnini kind of got stereotyped in these stud roles where he happily plows through any number of attractive and available women. This is more of the same. Montagnini is always pretty likable, but I find the idea of a gynecologist having sex with his patients a little queasy. This is a good role for Senatore. She was an OK actress with an incredible body, but heroin addiction eventually led her into appearing in an XXX porn film (she survived, but her career really didn't). The supporting cast includes Marina Hedman, who was pretty much always an XXX actress (Italy's first perhaps), but she also appeared in some softcore sex comedy roles like this. There's also Loretta Perischetti, who I've seen in a few things, and Daniel Doria, who later became Lucio Fulci's "go-to girl" in several horror movies (or more like his "take-her-clothes-off-and-get-killed-girl" since he often carved her up in such a nasty fashion in his movies, you'd think he had something against her personally).
Perhaps, the real "star" here though is cinematographer-turned-cult-director Aristide Macassessi,better known as Joe D'Amato. This is one of his few Italian sex comedies, and it's obvious this genre isn't his forte. Like most Italian sex comedies, this is not for everyone perhaps,but Joe D'Amato fans might like it
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