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Resurrection of Eve

Released: Jan 01st, 1973
Running Time: 82
Director: Mitchell Brothers
Company: Mitchell Brothers
Cast: Jon Martin, Mimi Morgan, Marilyn Chambers, Matthew Armon, Johnnie Keyes
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Film

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Critical Rating: AAA

The Mitchell Brothers were never weenies when it came to taking on serious sexual themes, and this is one of their gutsiest. The central idea is that of a sexually frigid woman (Mimi Morgan) who got that way because she was sexually molested when she was 13. Her husband is growing tired of trying to loosen her up in bed, and his badgering causes her to get into a car accident, where her face is bashed up. After cosmetic surgery, she's transformed into a beautiful woman (Marilyn Chambers), and her self-image begins to change. She consents to act out a few erotic fantasies with her husband, and attends a swing club. After a while, she starts to enjoy it, then something down deep clicks, and she turns into a raging nympho. The husband soon gets jealous, and the tables are turned; he's a prude and she's lewd. As with other Mitchell Brothers shows, the sex comes out of the psychology of the characters, making it all that much more intense and unsettling. There's a terrific fuck match between Chambers and black stud Johnny Keyes.


 

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