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Miss Laid Lovers (1978)

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Uncredited cast:
Bill Amerson ...
Captain (uncredited)
Rick Cassidy ...
Sailor in Striped Shirt (uncredited)
Jan Claude ...
Rick's Wife (uncredited)
Angel Ducharme ...
Angel (uncredited)
Amika Giortano ...
Girl with Sailors (uncredited)
Hans Gretlia ...
Bob (uncredited)
Ric Lutze ...
Rick (uncredited)
Pat Manning ...
Pat (uncredited)
Cindi Rellar ...
Girl with Two Other Girls (uncredited)
R.J. Reynolds ...
Anthony (uncredited)
Roger Scorpio ...
Rod (uncredited)
Bill Stanley ...
Sailor with Moustache (uncredited)
Tracy Walton ...
Tracy (uncredited)
Jennifer West ...
Linda (uncredited)
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Adult | Mystery

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Insulting, incomprehensible porn
21 October 2010 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

Anonymous, cheapjack pornmakers occasionally address the issue of "story" by euphemistically making fun of the notion that a movie should have one. MISS LAID LOVERS is such a case, where the cast is frequently on the phone making cryptic statements that scrupulously keep the viewer in the dark, on purpose.

Much of the action is on a large yacht, where skullduggery is afoot, presumably some sort of drug smuggling involving the overworked porn star Ric Lutze and a mysterious boss/gangster character. On dry land there's plenty of humping (including the inevitable orgy) and searching for information, but no imparting of the latter to the audience.

By the time they wrap this one up it seems some of the reels might be out of order, again probably on purpose, and one early scene is replayed for comic effect. These pornographers were onto something -the fake suspense and intentional confusion is just what a legion of "Lost" TV fans ate up 3 decades later.

Noisy disco beat soundtrack is a pain.


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