The adventures of Gianna, a sexy police woman (E Fenech) who wants to help a child in the search of his mother, who has ended up in trouble. She has become a prostitute and is kept prisoner...
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Gianna Amicucci works in the house of the head of her hometown police force and enters the academy with a kickback from him. She is a beautiful woman (she generously sheds clothes during ... See full summary »
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Two episodes. In the first one, " Il pelo della disgrazia", Mr. Altomare's life is constantly threatened by his neighbor that in Altomare opinion is a jinx. Altomare is obsessed by him and ... See full summary »
The adventures of Gianna, a sexy police woman (E Fenech) who wants to help a child in the search of his mother, who has ended up in trouble. She has become a prostitute and is kept prisoner. Gianna will succeed and be honoured for her "skills" shown (...) in duty. Written by
Pretty dreadful - see "A Policewoman In New York" instead
When you sit down to watch an Edwige Fenech film, you can be pretty sure about one thing: she will get naked at least once or twice. And although it's always a pleasure to see Edwige naked (or dressed, for that matter), what really makes one of her films worth watching or not is the context in which she gets naked. Her "Policewoman" films can be a nice break from her terrified-potential-victim (in her gialli) and her mindless-sex-object (in her other sex comedies) roles; she can be in charge for once. But this particular film is largely dominated by painfully buffoonish slapstick. Of course, if you consider a lot of stuttering, mugging, cross-dressing and falling-down to be the apex of hilarity, you'll have a field day. Others will be better off tracking down the next chapter in the series, "A Policewoman In New York": the gags there are funnier, the fights are better (Edwige actually gets the chance to defend herself and throw punches), and the locations (N.Y seen through Italian eyes) are more interesting. (*)
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