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Les folies d'Élodie (1981)

Tells the tale of sexual encounters of one woman and several friends, family members and acquaintances, as seen (and told) from the perspective of a pair of satin blue panties.

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Marcha Grant ...
Elodie
André Génovès ...
Edouard
Caroline Aguilar ...
Rose
Bruno de Stabenrath ...
Philippe (as Bruno Du Louvat)
Charlotte Walior ...
Corinne
Yves Massard ...
Georges
Denyse Roland ...
Solange
Gérard Croce ...
Le prêtre
Sylvane Sannoy ...
La grand-mère
Daniel Beretta ...
Paul, le voisin
Marthe Mercadier ...
Juliette, la propriétaire de la boutique 'Les folies'
Julie Margo ...
La fiancée de Paul
Henri Czarniak ...
Tarzan
Pierre Bonzans ...
François
Gérard Touroul ...
Jean-Claudes
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Tells the tale of sexual encounters of one woman and several friends, family members and acquaintances, as seen (and told) from the perspective of a pair of satin blue panties.

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12 August 1981 (France)  »

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Naughty Blue Knickers  »

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Weak Addition to the Genre
9 September 2005 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Weak addition to the French erotic oeuvre. Follows the path of those early 1980s softcore flicks that seemed to think that the path to eroticism was low lighting and fuzzy filming. The camera angles are peculiar and lack sensuality- and the nudity is awkwardly mishandled.

The French usually do it so much better. This is no Emanuelle.

The plot is minimal, and the women are not particularly cute. The hair styles are dreadful. It lacks the explicit frankness of the 1970s sexploitation and is all in all not worth your dollar, Euro or pound sterling.

This has been released as part of a set of French eroticism. Buy that- but not the movie on its own.


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