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Released: Dec 01st, 2000
Running Time: 142
Director: Pierre Woodman
Company: Private U.S.A.
Cast: Ian Scott, Christiane De Nerville, Alexia (I), Chris Lover, Seb Barrio, Judith Nemyo, Reda, Pascal St. James, Alain Deloin, Heny, Nikki Blond, Bob Terminator, Adrienne Klass, Suzan Strong, James Brossman, Asian Shan, Gaby Black, Angelina Sweet
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: All-Sex

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Seven scenes, all featuring fresh Euro-talent. The dialogue is dubbed, but the sex is good, including an outdoor threeway on a boat in the Mediterranean and another on a sunlit terrace overlooking Cannes. Story involves a teenage girl visiting her aunt and uncle in Cannes. She finally gets in a car with a guy and they take off as we iris out with a "Riviera 2 coming soon," so there's more where this came from.

Bright shiny photography (even in the indoor scenes) and good use of sunny Cannes locations (the establishing shots of the Carlton show it festooned with signs for Mission: Impossible 2 and The Grinch instead of, oh, Superman and Terminator 2) add value to the mix.


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