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The Fireworks Woman (1975)

Angela and Peter are siblings and have loved each other since they were kids. They are both physically attracted to each other but Peter is studying to become a priest. She finally gets in ... See full summary »

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(as Abe Snake)

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, (as Abe Snake)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Jennifer Jordan ...
Angela (as Sarah Nicholson)
Helen Madigan ...
Celeste
Erica Eaton ...
Elizabeth Walters
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Peter
Ellis Deigh ...
Roger
Lefty Cooper ...
The Mad Fisherman
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Storyline

Angela and Peter are siblings and have loved each other since they were kids. They are both physically attracted to each other but Peter is studying to become a priest. She finally gets in bed with him and after that Peter start to have second thoughts on his plans for the future. Written by Mattias Thuresson

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What Happens When a Brother and Sister Break the Ultimate Taboo?

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Adult | Drama

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Release Date:

27 March 1976 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

Angela Is the Fireworks Woman  »

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Trivia

For the Italian version the familial bond between Angela and Peter was changed, making them cousins instead of siblings. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship & Videotape (2010) See more »

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Rainy Afternoon
by Robert Howard
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13 February 2015 | by See all my reviews

I'm a real fan of Wes Craven.

I stumbled across this film and decided to watch it anyway.

The first reviewer is right, it's a great example of porn when it could possibly appeal to women or thinking persons. I quit watching years ago when the art, romance, and fantasy went completely away. Please convince me to change my mind by providing examples of erotic films that don't just appeal to men. :)

It's nowhere nearly in the same class of Just Jaeckin's work from the same era. Not even CLOSE.

It is, however, very interesting to see how great directors can be distracted by money.

Aren't we all.


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