The Seduction of Inga is Joseph Sarno's sizzling and controversial sequel to his 1967 erotic masterpiece, Inga, starring the young, voluptuous Swedish sensation Marie Liljedahl in her steamiest role ever.
Joseph W. Sarno
Archaeologist Walter and his wife Laura are working at a dig on a small island off the coast of Sweden. One day Laura catches Walter having a go at it with his sexy assistant, Anna. Laura ... See full summary »
A seductive woman, who left her small fishing town long ago after being caught with another woman's husband, returns to shake up the place by seducing everyone, including the woman and her girlfriends.
An ambitious suburban housewife, tired of forever being in debt, sets up an independent stenography business. Finding that her clients are more interested in the women than the dictation, ... See full summary »
Joseph W. Sarno
Henning is a fashion photographer driven by visions of artistic glory. He is encouraged by a literary agent to produce a volume of erotic nudes and works to create the perfect layout with ... See full summary »
Biker Click procures lovely willing young women for decadent millionaire playboy Kendall Harvey III. Kendall sets his sights on Peggy Johns as his next conquest, but the married and ... See full summary »
Misty arrives in a small town to look for her mother who abandoned her 22 years ago. She stays with a bisexual artist and her friends and models for her. Meanwhile, a Christian woman with a secret tries to save her perverted niece.
Joe Sarno made skinflicks for decades. Well it's more interesting and probably more socially productive than doing documentaries on how the motor car works. This laudatory account doesn't attempt to weigh up his industry's value or the condemnation and approval it scores.
Straightforward presentation. No surprises. A long interview with the aged Sarno ("You can see the vein pop out") is illustrated by the raunchier bits of his films well reproduced. Most interesting point is that Sarno's kind of movie was sidelined by the arrival of hard core.
Here he's compared to Ingmar Bergman and a programmer from the Paris Cinematheque says Sarno anticipates Stanley Kubric. Give it a break!
Viewers, if they were interested, would be better off watching one of the awful Sarno films.
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