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Miguel Ángel Aristu,
I was a teenager in 1976/77, when in Spain it was absolutely impossible to see XXX films in theatres. I went to France to visit my uncle and convinced him to go to see one of those films. I already knew Tina Aumont, so I was surprised she was billed in this one. I noticed her XXX scenes was a bad edit of other women and her face. The fact is that only some time later I realised the film was based on the story of a princess from Idi Amin's Uganda who was at the head of a ministry (I can't remember the details, I'm sorry) and, apparently, was framed into a sex scandal in an airport in Europe in order to push her out of politics. As far as I remember it, it was pretty obvious that the story had been filmed without the XXX scenes and that those had been added later. Maybe they were discards of other films. Maybe this explains the out-of-focus scenes Mario can't understand: maybe those are some of the XXX scenes blurred on purpose All in all, I still remember it as a pretty decent film not interesting but not impossible to watch Ah, the pornographic scenes were really awful Luckily, I've seen better things since
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