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Joy et Joan (1985)

Fashion model Joy is unlucky in love. Having been jilted by the object of her desire, Marc Charoux, she takes a trip to Singapore with the rich and decadent Bruce. Soon, however, Joy ... See full summary »

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(as Jacques Saurel)
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Cast

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... Joy
Isabelle Solar ... Joan
Pierre Londiche ... Bruce
Jean-Marc Maurel ... Marc Charoux
Jacques Brylant ... Le prince Cornélius (as Jacques Bryland)
Ian Patrick
Beatrice Tronchon
Sofie Vianey ... (as Sofi Vianey)
Laurence Saint Gery
Elodie De Vry
... Millarca
Benjamin Simon
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Fashion model Joy is unlucky in love. Having been jilted by the object of her desire, Marc Charoux, she takes a trip to Singapore with the rich and decadent Bruce. Soon, however, Joy implores servant girl Millarca to help her escape from Bruce's grounds. Posing as a tourist, she meets Joan, a tour guide and kindred soul who begins to introduce Joy to brand new ways of passion. But trouble, as well as one of Bruce's man-servants, insists on following Joy & Joan wherever they go. Written by Il Tesoro

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Drama | Romance | Adult

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R | See all certifications »
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12 June 1985 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Joy 2  »

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1.66 : 1
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Connections

Followed by Joy à San Francisco (1992) See more »

Soundtracks

You Need Love
Performed by François Valéry
Arranged by Christian Cravero
Franceval - WEA-Filipacchi music
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Complete trash, uninteresting and not erotic. Stay away.
7 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

Brigitte Lahaie sure has a great body, but while that may be enough to carry a porn flick, the soft "Joy and Joan" suffers severely from her acting capabilities (or lack thereof). As "Joy" she gives Clint Eastwood a run for fewest expressions per face, when she and "Joan" undress to go at each other, why, they might as well be baring themselves for their gynaecologist going by their enthusiastic faces. There's exactly two scenes in the whole movie where Brigitte is laughing, both while being liberally splashed with water so she probably couldn't help herself - but she looks nice during those seconds.

Ad to that a grating soundtrack, a paper-thin plot and horrible acting from most anyone else, and the only redeeming qualities that remain are some nice locations and the pretty bodies. I was pointed to this movie by some positive reviews but got severely disappointed.


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