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A Very Special Woman (1979)
"Une femme spéciale" (original title)

 -  Adult | Crime  -  April 1979 (France)
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Credited cast:
Karin Schubert ...
Yasmine
Jean-Marie Pallardy ...
Jean-Louis
Georges Guéret
André Koob
Mike Monty
Paul Pallardy ...
Fra, cos
Yvane
Edouard ...
Édouard
Jack Gatteau
Julie Maillié ...
Ondine
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hardcore | female nudity | drugs | sex

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Despite title, not a particularly special film
30 January 2009 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Karin Schubert and Jean-Marie Pallardy star in this rather bland piece of late 1970s exploitation. It is one of those softcore flicks that gets re-circulated under different titles, in Germany going by the name of "Aus liebe weg vom Stoff" and most recently (courtesy of Audi Film) "Liebesrausch".

It tells the tale of Yasmine (Schubert) who is the eponymous heroine (and heroin addict) who is pursued by a bunch of not very serious seeming hoods to somewhere in Greece. She finds love and tries to get off the skunk.

It is a standard piece of Eurotica. Schubert looks good and is naked in Pallardy's clinch for several scenes of the flick. Most of these scenes are rolling beaches/water exercises which we have seen before. There is too little of the other women in the film as almost all of it is a platform for Schubert (which is not necessarily a bad thing).

The best scene remains when one of the hoods grabs the unmatchable Brigitte Lahaie (woefully under-utilised here) and her naked friend by the hair. Sadly we don't see anything of them after this which is a real downer.

So a mid-range effort that you wont regret seeing- but which I wouldn't go out of my way to secure.


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