Released: Apr 01st, 1987
Running Time: 80
Director: Jean-Luc Brunet
Cast: Christine Glenne, Alban Ceray, Sylvie Scott, Claire Forester, Yves Callas, Yoko
Critical Rating: A
When a highly successful and happily married French photographer loses his beloved in a fatal car accident (which he somehow survives without a scratch), he heads off for the solitude of a remote rural village. There he's befriended by a farmer who offers to buy him a drink, and on the way to the local watering hole he spots a young waifish looking Eurasian girl. The farmer tells him she's called "Wild Cherry," and mumbles something about being related to her. From the moment the girl's eyes meet the widower, we realize something is building here.
Why then do we find the farmer abusing "Wild Cherry" in a barn, forcing her to orally gratify him, then spilling his seed all over her almond eyes? I must ask this question since the rest of the film has no graphic sex, no wet shots, and lots of romantic build-up. After witnessing this rough scene, I could only hope the widower would come to his senses and head back to Paris. I wish I had. This one misses by a mile.