One hotel complex; two balconies opposite to each other; a lecherous voyeur who is searching for the next excitement, and a shamelessly flamboyant exhibitionist. Who is in control of this sexual power game?
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Antônio do Cabo
Taking cover in the shadows of his ill-lit apartment in a luxurious hotel complex, a lascivious loner is impatiently searching for the next intense excitement, entirely dependent on his binoculars to find the ephemeral object of his desire. Suddenly, in the opposite flat's balcony, an unaware woman catches his eye. However, the seemingly ignorant and defenceless victim is on to him and decides to play a strange power game, shamelessly teasing the amorphous voyeur. Now, as long as she controls him like a puppet--offering an unrestrained show for the remote admirer's eyes only--the intrusive pervert will stay put and worship her, trembling at the idea that this private show may abruptly end as unexpectedly as it started. The sultry woman knows that she is in control. Is there a future between the Voyeur and the Exhibitionist?Written by
An exhibitionist (Lina Romay) performs for the voyeur in the apartment block opposite.
Spanish director Jess Franco, the man responsible for some of the dullest Euro-trash I have ever had t o endure, teams up with regular muse Romay to prove that they can be just as inept at making porn as they are at horror, women-in-prison flicks, and jungle adventures.
Despite being chock full of explicit antics, and having a mercifully short running time of just sixty minutes, 'El mirón y la exhibicionista' has to be one of the dullest, least erotic adult movies ever made: co-director and star Romay is carrying quite a bit of weight and indulges in some staggeringly unsexy acts while Franco once again puts into practise his trademark movie-making techniques—rapid zooms, aimless shots, and extreme close-ups that could only be of interest to a gynaecologist—all with the usual soporific effect.
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