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I don't know the exact circumstances of how this ever got made, but I'm sure (I hope at least) that even Franco didn't really like what he made (or was forced to do?). Whatever the case, giving this a second point is just because it's way out there. It doesn't start off bad ... for a couple of seconds that is. Until you realize you are in an almost 10 minute credits/introduction circle - for a 60 minute movie! To call that sane would not be a stretch, it would be a lie.
There is a lot of experimenting going on (as there is a lot of nudity and touching and other things that are either titillating or not for the viewer). None of those experiments really spark and the nudity does not close the gap the lack of story leaves behind. It almost feels like an exhibition that could be shown as a slide show at an erotic museum or something, but does not qualify to be called a "movie"
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