An eccentric woman, Wanda, lives in a strange house with her impotent husband Peter, a sickly aristocrat without will. Using his accomplices, the ambitious Tara and Mauro, they attracts ... See full summary »
One hotel complex, two balconies opposite to each other, a lecherous voyeur searching for his next thrilling excitement and a shamelessly flamboyant sultry exhibitionist. Who is in control in this sensually alluring power game?
José Miguel García,
Mari Carmen G. Alonso
Yeah, Sure Jess Franco is an exploitation director but even those lot sometimes tend to make watchable movies, unlike Franco. Franco has, in recent years, gained a huge cult following for his movies, undeservingly so. Basically, Franco's film career could be summed up by Lina Romay's vagina, how many times he can show it, how many different angles he can show it from, and how far he can thrust a camera up Ms. Romay's privates. Granted, You can do this, but Franco does this will all the aplumb of a bad porno director. This movie is no different. It is hard core with Romay doing the business with men and women. Unlike in other films, however, You not only get to see up Ms. Romay's crotch, in typical CLOSE UP FASHION but you also get to see various items, including an Oscar statuette, stuck up it. Reappraisal of Franco's cinema diffently needed.
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