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A Bride for Brenda (1969)

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Brenda, a young naive woman from the Midwest, arrives in New York to live with her boyfriend and is accosted by the lesbian landlady whom wants her to 'marry' one of her many conquests.

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Gene Connolly ...
Nick (as Roger Whillock)
Steve Mason
George Blau
Lois Lane ...
Brenda
Kim Lewid ...
Jane (as Rita Joyce)
Mary Aster ...
Millie
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Brenda, a young naive woman from the Midwest, arrives in New York to live with her boyfriend and is accosted by the lesbian landlady whom wants her to 'marry' one of her many conquests.

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From country girl to city slut in no time flat.
18 May 2004 | by (Northbrook, IL, USA) – See all my reviews

Naive young Brenda has just arrived in the big, exciting city of New York. She answers an ad looking for a roommate and meets a couple of seemingly friendly women. Brenda agrees to rent a room (or to be more exact...a couch!) from the current tenants. She unpacks her things and goes out alone to a bar.

Well, this "innocent country girl" meets a guy at the bar that she really likes and she agrees to go to his apartment. Almost immediately, they are naked and making out. After that is done, Brenda goes back home and lays down. Her roomies take no time at all in broadcasting the fact that they are lesbians and Brenda views them having sex.

Of course, this is something rather shocking to a country girl and she goes to the zoo to sort it all out. She wonders to herself: Can people like both men AND women? Hmm. Maybe so.

Well, most of the rest of the film is comprised of Brenda rubbing herself and multiple scenes of more lesbian sex. I don't know if this actually meets the definition of a "film" but I suppose to some it does.

The film quality is really, really awful. The entire "story" going on in this skin flick is told to us by a female narrator so it's difficult to judge anyone's acting. There's at least one glaring continuity error and the shadow of a crew member is also seen at least once. Truly wretched. 1/10


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