L'amour De Femme (1969)

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Nick Millard Nick Millard
Cathy Adams Cathy Adams
Alice Friedland Alice Friedland
Neola Graef Neola Graef

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Genres: Sexploitation, Softcore Sex Film
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Review by Chad
Added: April 14, 2007
It's time for movie number two from Secret Key's Skin in the Sixties collection, and this time around, we get to see Malta star in Nick Phillip's / Dayan Allen's / Nick Millard's (alright, so the man had a bit of an identity crisis) L'amour de Femme. Coming off the heels of the first movie in the set (The Madam), I wasn't too shocked when I discovered that I was in for about an hour of softcore hippie sex... but to my surprise, I also got treated to a fair deal of beatnik poetry as well.

Storyline? Well, there's something there that is probably meant to be a plot, but it's told by a narrator who speaks in rhymes and seems to be off in her own little world of pills and joints. None of the actual cast members have any speaking lines, and every word of the movie comes to us courtesy of this unseen narrator who seems to be "like, totally wasted, man." Therefore, I'm simply going to tell you fine readers what it is that you're going to see in this film.

There's three subplots, with only two of them being important in the grand scheme of the film. The first of the bunch features Lenore and Suzanne, two lesbians who set out to meet another young lady who'd like to join in on the fun and games that the two enjoy, but jealousy arises when this new friend starts to get a little too attached to one of them. The second follows a pair of gay guys who simply want to walk around town and make out in the woods. The third and final one revolves around Kiki, a young woman who is quite confused about her sexuality and eventually picks up a prostitute to figure out if she really wants to be with another woman or not.

Gratuitous nudity and softcore sex is abundant throughout the stories save for the one with the gay guys (which barely receives enough time to actually be considered a subplot, truth be told), so don't go in expecting some sort of high-class romance film or deep character studies. There's also an abundance of Nick Millard's stocking and lingerie fetish on display, so those of you with similar tastes in "clothing" will probably enjoy seeing these ladies in their various stages of undress. Oh, and did I mention that there's lesbian action and lots of it? Indeed there is, and although it's all softcore, there's actually some damned good scenes if you catch my drift (and I'm sure you do).

The Skin in the Sixties collection comes with this film and two others (The Madam and Take Them as They Are) along with a nifty mini-documentary featuring grindhouse / sleaze historian 42nd Street Pete, so if this is the sort of thing that you're into, you'll definitely enjoy this package. Personally, I enjoyed The Madam more than this one, but it's still a pretty good film for the sexploitation genre. 5/10.
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