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The movie, when originally was showed in cinema, in 1984, was the best in its style. The last scene, maybe the best of the movie, is with Corinne Alphen dancing using lingerie (a transparent robe) on her naked body, following the rhythm of the Rod Stewart's song "Passion". The best two sexy scenes of the movie are with Corinne Alphen, but one of them, the first one, when Corinne is in the limo with the rock star, in the DVD, is cut. The DVD is a pirate copy, it was made from a VHS. The image in the DVD is very poor. I hope this movie will be released soon in DVD using the master film, and digitally restored. This movie is available only in the pirate copy mentioned before: New Star Video, 2006, full screen. The company lies when write "Digitally remastered" or "Full length feature film", because, at least, one of the best scenes is cut, incomplete.
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