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Dirty Love II: The Love Games (1989)

Casa di piacere (original title)
A former prostitute decides to change her life. But in her new home happens to be a red sofa, similar to what was in the "house" where she worked for years. It is an opportunity to fantasize about her past experiences.

Director:

Alex Damiano

Writer:

Riccardo Ghione
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Valentine Demy Valentine Demy ... Eva
Alessandro Freyberger Alessandro Freyberger ... Camillo (as Alex Freyberger)
David D'Ingeo David D'Ingeo ... Sam
Alessandro Scotti Alessandro Scotti ... Giacomo
Maurice Poli ... Marco Manfredi
Luciana Cirenei Luciana Cirenei ... Domestica
Elisa Mainardi ... Madame Rosaria
Mary Maxwell Mary Maxwell ... Cliente
Ludovico Della Jojo Ludovico Della Jojo ... Howard
Alessandro Marino Alessandro Marino ... Conte
Antonello Dose Antonello Dose ... Antonello
Nieves Navarro ... Madre di Antonello (as Nives Navarro)
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Storyline

Eva was the gorgeous queen of the town brothel, which she left after inheriting a villa from a wealthy client. Now alone and bored, she picks up three handsome young men and, one after the other installs them in her villa where she lovingly cares for each of them. The boys are more than happy to share her exuberant brazen sensuality, without any jealousy, whilst she entertains them with arousing tales from her brothel days. However, the idyll ends when she falls for an older businessman, upsetting her young lovers who then plot to kill her. But they soon realize instead how she has changed their lives for the better, and they happily set off for more adventures leaving her the chance to begin a new life.

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Romance

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At 35 minutes when Camillo is talking to Giacomo at the car, the face of a crew member can be seen in the car's interior rear view mirror. See more »

Connections

References Dirty Love (1988) See more »

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Un'ora sola ti vorrei
Written by Umberto Bertini and Paola Marchetti.
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movie > thanks La 5 !
9 February 2016 | by lamegabyteSee all my reviews

This is definitely one of the finest erotic movie ever done that i got very lucky to watch on a VHS tape in 1991 during the Gulf War ! For those we know the habit, programming a recording was sometimes awkward as the channels has huge delays. So to be sure to have the whole program my parents don't bother about hours and let the tape run ! And then, after watching it, they tape another content so after a time, the tape sediments and reaching the end, you can find some good nuggets ! So i discovered indeed this movie like this on the final hour of one of my parents tape as it was aired on Thursday night on the late and good french channel, La 5 and what a climax !

Then, Valentine was a stunning, hot, insatiable brunette with a perfect body and original haircut (a bit like the Vulcan Valeris for those who knows her) ! The story happens in a isolated mansion in Italy, just after WWII it seems. Valentine is a rich widow who collects stray man to giver them pleasure. In a way, it's original and feminist as usually it's the opposite that happens. It's even funny to see Valentine be very cautious and confident with those shy guys ! In a way, you can see that much, it's a lot of moaning, and more suggestive than visual but the director is good (his camera is like always peeping), the production really baroque and for one time, the soundtrack is totally arousing and sensual ! This movie offers also a real story to reveal her past and the rivalry that arouses and at the end, it's like a thriller ! So it's really a masterpiece and it gave me strong support and fantasy when i needed it. But like all the fairy tales, there is also a few cries too : Valentine who was so beautiful, so charming has really turned into a She-Hulk now, with too much body building and face lifting !


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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

23 January 1993 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Die Villa der Uners√§ttlichen See more »

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Natmas Productions See more »
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Color

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1.33 : 1
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