Freudian repressions fill the fantasies of a sexually bored housewife, a seemingly emasculating businesswoman employer, a shy dinner attendee, an older woman, a lonely roommate and a sexually curious teenage niece.
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This story delves into the hidden fantasies of several women. Each woman is loosely connected through a variety of ties to a business operated by a Ms. McGuiness. The story spans one day; during that day we see how each woman escapes her routine by submitting to the demands of a dream lover. Written by
Right from the opening scene, Vanessa Del Rio and her fellow cast members sizzle. Of course, for pure volcanic erotic heat, nobody can match Ms. Del Rio, but the rest of the cast does their best--and it's pretty good. This wasn't called the "Golden Age" of erotic cinema for nothing.
Sexy costumes, sexy girls, and sexy scenarios underlie the enthusiastic performances by Arcadia Lake, Merle Michaels, and Georgette Sanders, who look and act like real people instead of the plastic and silicone stars favored by today's producers.
One particular strength of this film is the way each fantasy episode is set up, engaging that key erogenous zone--the mind. You won't go wrong with this one.
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