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The Summer of My Deflowering (2000)

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Los Angeles, 2000. Megan David likes to keep track of her life with a camcorder. It's her video-diary, her art project for the Biennale. It depicts who she is, where she's going, how she's ... See full summary »

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Susan Streitfeld
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Alexis Moreno Alexis Moreno ... Angel (Girl in Commercial)
Beth Riesgraf ... Megan
Stephanie Stearns ... Voice of Ginny (Megan's Friend) (voice)
Martin Henderson ... Luke
Matthew Brown Matthew Brown ... Voice of Matthew (Luke's Friend) (voice)
Mark S. Rodriguez Mark S. Rodriguez ... Voice for the Paradise Motel and Voice of God (voice)
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Los Angeles, 2000. Megan David likes to keep track of her life with a camcorder. It's her video-diary, her art project for the Biennale. It depicts who she is, where she's going, how she's going 'to pop her cherry', as she informs her girlfriend. And hip video artist that she is, Megan has even picked out the right partner through the Internet - a theology major named Luke - for the summer of her deflowering at the Garden of Eden. But when the love-birds arrive on the motel, the concierge hands them the key to their room on a condition - they are not to eat the apple... Written by Anonymous

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Germany | USA | Czech Republic

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Erotic Tales IV See more »

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An amusing trifle
4 January 2003 | by CraigA23See all my reviews

Most episodes in the 'Erotic Tales' anthology provide an opportunity for abundant nudity by the female lead and this one is no exception. Beth Riesgraf is a very pleasant eyeful indeed. The plot of her wanting a video documentary of her deflowering allows the director to intermingle color and B&W footage (can't the girl afford a color camcorder?) and a bit of broad humor when the would be deflowerer wilts under the unblinking stare of the lens. A bit of fluff.


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