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 »
When I bought this film on video in Belgium two weeks ago, I was slightly worried about the quality of the material. I am not familiar with Joe d'Amato's films but I had seen one with Rocco Siffredi, which was shot with one single hand cam. To my surprise, however, this movie was shot on film! It seems as if they have been using Panavision cameras. And what a great film it is... Rosa Caraccciola makes a wonderful Jane in this 1990s adaptation of the jungle tale, and Rocco Siffredi is the best Tarzan (or: Ape man as he's called) I have ever seen. The action is thrilling, hot and not at all offensive. Since the male lead is as attractive as his female counterpart, this film is a joy for everyone! The story is really sweet and funny (for instance when Jane helps Tarzan with his first shave and shows him a mirror). The chemistry is sparkling and even if you are only slightly interested in films in this genre, this is the movie to watch.
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