Sabine a slim brunette works for a finance broker and her work colleague Odile gets all the attention. All that is about to change when Morgane a sexy blond moves in next door to Sabine and... See full summary »

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(as Marine Clinet)
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Rachel Guenot ...
Sabine (as Emma)
Lisa Belle ...
Morgane (as Lisa)
Philippe Visconti ...
Pierre
Clara Creantor ...
Malika (as Félina)
Stéphanie Bibard ...
Odile
Pierre Wallace ...
Stéphane
Stéphane Jacquot ...
Damien
Alban Ceray ...
L'inconnu
Gerard Williams ...
Le Photographe (as Gérald Williams)
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Sabine a slim brunette works for a finance broker and her work colleague Odile gets all the attention. All that is about to change when Morgane a sexy blond moves in next door to Sabine and teaches her how to be sexy and seductive. The results are successful as she gets the attension she was looking for. Only her boyfriend cheats on her with Morgane but he soon comes back in line. Written by Anonymous

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8 April 2001 (France)  »

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10 jours d'enfer  »

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Stylish French millennium erotica
11 May 2004 | by (Hamburg, Germany) – See all my reviews

During the last few years, there's been a new wave of erotic movies in France, combining the classic exotic seventies' "Emmanuelle" exotica with the blurred romanticism of David Hamilton movies, the harsh techno style of eighties and nineties erotic productions like "9 1/2 Weeks" and even science fiction and genre movie topics. It's often about strong, sensual and bi-sexual women discovering new horizons of lust and love between the reality of working life, high society settings and the timeless surrealism of a stimulating photographed sleeping room....

"Golden Girl" is a good example for that - it's not just a soft sex movie about sexual intercourse, but also a tale of human behaviors and the dependence on other people. A young and attractive female stock broker starts an affair with her arrogant, mobbing boss, but gets mental and sexual advices by her female friend how to handle her life with more self-confidence and how to become more seductive and irresistible. The "heroine" becomes stronger and more powerful to her male and female lovers, but also realizes the effects of her new egoist way of life...

Of course the erotic side of the movie is dominating over the weak storyline, but it's well photographed, with lots of beautiful people all around and a groovy millennium electronic soundtrack in the wake of Air's "Moon Safari" record and several trip hop and chill out sounds. The rhythm of the editing and musical beats is perfectly fitting to the grooves of the swinging hips, and it is always notable that the Frenchmen do understand their work... a nice bi-sexual erotic movie with a slight contemporary social edge that adds some interesting topics to the story without disturbing it. Stimulating.


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