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Not much you can say about this witless film from hunger. It's undisguised
soft core porn that somehow B beauty queen from the 40s Mary Beth Hughes
got somehow talked into making. I don't think Hughes who had a brief and
memorable scene with Henry Fonda in The Oxbow Incident ever thought she
would wind up in something like The Blue Hour.
None of the rest of the cast you ever heard of. Our protagonist is a young woman
from Greece who came to the USA and is mired in the soft underbelly of the
porn and criminal scene in Los Angeles. Flashbacks to her sexcapades in
Greece tell us why.
The acting is horrible, the direction in non-existence and it looks like it was shot with my father's old Bell&Howell. Outside of that it's a classic.
Mary Beth Hughes plays a lesbian madam. What were you thinking Mary Beth?
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