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The Piranhas Mate by Lent (1969)

Las pirañas aman en cuaresma (original title)
| Adventure, Drama
A Young girl and her mother try to make a living in a small fishing village.

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Julio Alemán ...
Raúl
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Lala; Eulalia Portela
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Aminta
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Victorio Blanco
José Chávez
José Guadalupe
Macaria
Julia Marichal ...
Vendedora negra
Lina Marín
Gonzalo Vega ...
Chevo
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In a small fishing village a mother (Isela Vega) and her daughter (Ofelia Medina) live quietly in an old shack, until a handsome stranger (Julio Alemán) appears in their lives. Now a love triangle unfolds, however the mother and daughter are hiding a dark & deadly secret. Written by jairhcastillo

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Spectacular hot women make the movie.
13 May 2006 | by (Noctropolis) – See all my reviews

The plot is quite interesting but let's get real. The best feature about the movie are the hot, steamy sex scenes.

I didn't know that Ofelia Medina was that HOT back in the 70's. She probably had the best body in Mèxico. Also, a mature Isela Vega shows her sensual body.

The scenes where both women use skimpy, sexy outfits (mainly because of the heat) were really sexy moments. Both actresses know how to "turn on" the audience.

The story is somehow unrealistic but it happens. Discrimination is a common practice in Mèxico. Please, if you like this pseudo artistic movies filled with sensuality and unnecessary sex scenes, watch it. You won't regret.


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