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Chantal

Released: Dec 28th, 2007
Running Time: 95
Director: Tony Marsiglia
Cast: Shelly Jones, Misty Mundae, Andrea Davis, Julian Wells, Julie Strain
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Genre: Alternative

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Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated

You've seen this plot a million times if you're familiar with Valley of the Dolls, The Lonely Lady or the "seedy underbelly of Hollywood corrupting young girls" genre. (We think there are enough films of this type to call it a "genre.") So, what makes Chantal worth watching? For one: Misty Mundae as the naïve Chantal. When it's time for her to be sexy, she delivers. Also, Retro Seduction Cinema continuously gives the consumer more extras than they could ever want. In this case, it's a bonus DVD with the original 1969 grindhouse Chantal directed by Nick Millard (Uta, Sappho '68) and a ton of commentaries and interviews. The story of Misty's on-set nervous breakdown is especially entertaining.

In today's mega-conglomerate multiplex world, we're thankful companies like Retro Seduction Cinema are putting out movies like this because, as the original Chantal says, "Hollywood really is a phony place."

Retailing: Fans of Misty Mundae, grindhouse cinema and good girls gone bad.


 

Related Content:

Shelly Jones
Misty Mundae
Andrea Davis
Julian Wells
Julie Strain
Tony Marsiglia

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