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The Husband

Released: Jul 01st, 1995
Running Time: 123
Director: Max Bellocchio
Company: Midnight Productions
Distribution Companies: Max Bellocchio Productions
Cast: Venus (I), Simona Valli, Cristophe Clark, Geronte Sebezio, Valj Verdy, Julia Channel, Maeva
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

It must be nice to be wealthy and make flicks in Italy. Where else can you have a huge villa available for shooting, a helicopter for performers to use as an entrance (while delivering a blow job!), high-quality production values, and gorgeous women looking better than their wedding day, waiting with no hesitation to seriously take care of every sexual whim?

These beautiful people make it look like life is one big party game. There is blindfolded sex, anonymous sex, anal sex, auto sex, gangbang sex, three women sex in a convertible, and even "lean against the building and blow me" sex! Everyone is a voyeur as well as a participant and watching is very much a major part of the video.

One striking aspect of this elegant activity is the fact that, even though the gals do it all, they wind up with every hair still in place and look as though they just got our of the shower or beauty parlor. Watching this, one is tempted to adopt an accent and ask, "Pardon me, do you happen to have any Grey Poupon?" Tastefully done!


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Max Bellocchio Productions
Midnight Productions
Venus (I)
Simona Valli
Cristophe Clark
Geronte Sebezio
Valj Verdy
Julia Channel
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