FRUSTRATED WIVES is an entirely cheap little British sex/exploitation movie directed by Arnold Miller, who had previously shot such notorious documentaries in the 1960s as London IN THE RAW and PRIMITIVE London. It looks like he had a few quid spare change in his pocket one day so he used it to finance this dreadful little film which is almost entirely without merit.
The original title was SEX FARM, which has entirely different connotations as a movie, so it's no surprise that the title was changed for the release I saw. The story features a couple of bored housewives who are abused and neglected by their sexist husbands so decide to go to a special 'sex clinic' in the country for enlightenment. While there they encounter all manner of odd stuff from pervy gym instructors to nerdy teacher types and more.
It's all relatively plot less and simply an excuse for a series of mildly explicit sex scenes. The main two actresses are required to do very little apart from look good naked, which, as they are both very voluptuous, comes easy to them. Rather amusingly, one of the actresses, the Canadian Hilary Farr, is now a mainstream TV presence and made this film under a pseudonym. She must never have envisaged the days of the Internet and the IMDb and how her starring role in this would come back to haunt her. FRUSTRATED WIVES is a fairly grubby and uninteresting film, not to mention boring, and one scene of a young guy getting to grips with an old granny is undoubtedly the worst thing in it.
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