Locked behind the walls of a convent are an order of beautiful nuns whose vows force them to forget the pleasures of sexual contact. Crazed with lust and desire many of the nuns pleasure ... See full summary »
Will it ever end? Joe d'Amato tackles the sultan of sadism (ol' Rocco Siffredi again) in this hard-core reworking of his life story (a nice enough guy, it seems he just liked to hump too ... See full summary »
According to the article "Author's family sues makers of steamy Tarzan film" in The Independent (London), Aug 9, 1996 by Louise Jury, the estate of Edgar Rice Burroughs understandably objected to this film. See more »
Everybody loves this flick. Strange, the flick I saw was for me a bit boring. The acting for a hard core was okay but the story itself was laughable. Maybe it's me but I have seen the real classics from the heydays and this is isn't comparable with them.
I came across this due the fact that Joe D'Amato directed this. I know him as a horror buff from his classics made (Buio Omega (1979)) but I knew that he like for example Jess Franco made XXX flicks.
I must agree with the fact that there are a lot of beautiful women in this and they all go full frontal before Tarzan (Rocco Siffredi) because he was learned to make love by, you guessed it, Jane (Rosa Caracciolo), in fact both were a couple.
But what annoyed me was the simplicity of the script, Jane walks away from her tent camp and comes across Tarzan. Being over 20 years in the jungle he could talk English very well. Maybe it's me but I stick to the real classics from the seventies and as being a horror buff I love the roughies made back then.
But I agree that it is watchable for couples, no roughness at all and just straight love scene's. Welcome to the jungle.
Gore 0/5 Nudity 4/5 Effects 0/5 Story 1/5 Comedy 0/5
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