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Rolondo is a biologist who has rented a house in Tenerife to conduct a research on the sexual behavior of mussels. Upon arriving, he discovers that the house is inhabited by Paula, a woman characterized by disorder and debauchery. Over time Rolondo ends up falling in love with Paula. But there is a problem, she likes women. Written by
I agree with the previous comment but it is not only the presence of Leticia Bredice, who indeed is drop-dead gorgeous, that makes this movie so attractive. The Spanish actress Silke is divine too and with her androgynous appeal adds a very interesting contrast to Bredice's classical beauty. The scene in the bath tub is worth watching over and over. If you add the beautiful and colorful locations in Tenerife, lots of male and female skin and gifted actors like the unique Antonio Gasalla or Divina Gloria you have a light but really attractive comedy that beats most similar comedies made in (and not made in) Hollywood. Also appealing is the contrast between the Argentinian and Spanish accents (again the bath tub-scene!). All in all terribly underrated and full of surprises !!!
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