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Private Gold 67: Millionaire (2004)

The story begins in the closing days of the Second World War, and revolves around a treasure map divided into 5 pieces which indicates the location of a priceless treasure hidden by the ... See full summary »

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Alessandro del Mar
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Claudia Ferrari Claudia Ferrari ... Helen Morris
George Uhl George Uhl ... Robert Kovacik
Lucy Lee Lucy Lee ... Samantha
Delfynn Delage Delfynn Delage ... Eva Duem (as Delfin Delage)
Horst Baron Horst Baron ... Hans von Reiben
Lenny Powers Lenny Powers ... Helga von Ritterbusch (as Lenny Power)
Kevin Long Kevin Long ... Hermann von Reiben (as Kevin Lange)
Francesco Malcom Francesco Malcom ... Francesco Belli
Philippe Dean Philippe Dean ... Benjamin Kovacik (as Philip Dean)
Alexa May Alexa May ... Giulia Bolivic
Alessia Romei Alessia Romei ... Svetlana Ciamoka (as Alicia)
Max Cortés Max Cortés ... Pablo Balcazan (as Max Cortes)
Jessica May Jessica May ... Carmen de Luna
Ellen Saint ... Rosa Velazquez (as Elen Nevaril)
Stacy Silver Stacy Silver ... Nina Rosit
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The story begins in the closing days of the Second World War, and revolves around a treasure map divided into 5 pieces which indicates the location of a priceless treasure hidden by the ruthless General Van Ribbertraunf. A dying antique shop owner passes on the key to the secret 50 years later and the hunt begins in a chase across continents to prevent the treasure falling into the hands of evil.

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The most ambitious adult super production ever.


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Spain

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English

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October 2004 (Spain) See more »

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Berlin, Germany See more »

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Followed by Private Gold 98: MySexSpace (2008) See more »

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Probably the most ambitious movie Private has ever made
14 December 2007 | by cricharddaviesSee all my reviews

And considering that in previous productions they've gone so far as to film "pop shots" in free fall, that's saying something. With a remarkable nine sex scenes filmed on three continents, the first part of Allesandro del Mar's two part epic weaves a mostly fascinating tale of a quest for lost Nazi treasure.

The sex scenes are predictably hot, and they're also mostly well set-up and proceed logically from the storyline. There's only one that could have used more setting up -- a scene filmed in Spain where Claudia Ferrari's character is expected to "be nice" to the brother of a drug dealer so as to arrange a meeting with the brother. The film skips right from her being informed of this to the sex scene without any explanation as to who the other girl in the scene (played by Sarah Blue) is supposed to be. While this is normal for many videos, it's a step down from other scenes in this video. Contrast the way that Lenny Power's earlier scene is set up, with an extensive flirtation between Horst Baron and Claudia Ferrari that is interrupted.

That scene also provides a nice bit of a meta-commentary as well. George Uhl's character (the ex-husband of Claudia's character, and her partner in the quest) gets trapped in a room while the encounter between Lenny Power, Horst Baron and Kevin Lange is taking place. Far from being aroused by what he's overhearing, Uhl's character is just annoyed that the sex seems to be taking so long and leaving him trapped. Is it possible that this is director del Mar's way of gently mocking the audience for watching this stuff, essentially paying to be in the uncomfortable situation described?

Regardless of such artistic considerations, this was an above average storyline that left me eager to find out what was going to happen to the couple in their quest for gold and glory and lots and lots of sex. Unfortunately, the second part failed to live up to the standard of the first, but maybe nothing could have ...


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