Belles D'un Soir / Parties De Chasse En Sologne Release date: 12/3/2007Review brief:
Reviewed on: 12/26/2008 by classix-comment
Starring: Alban Ceray, Marilyn Jess, Maroussia, Dominique Aveline, Guy Royer, Gabriel Pontello, Alain Fonduron, Karine Gambier, Ghislain Van Hove, Cyril Val, Brigitte Lahaie, Jacques Marbeuf, John Oury, Celine Gallone, France Lomay, Tony Morena, Hubert Geral, Daniele David, Gilles Karl, Louison Boutin, Guy Bonnafoux, Herve Amalou, Michel Dauba, Daniel Bellus, Cristel Lauris, Katia Heimerton, Martine Grimaud, Veronique Maugarski, Catherine Leno
Studio: Alpha France
Directed by: Burd Tranbaree, Claude Mulot
Alpha France delivers once again with this double feature of two more obscure French hardcore offerings. While Claude Mulot's Belles D'un Soir is one of the finest French X rated films ever made, Claude Bernard Aubert's Parties De Chasse En Sologne is a very average sex filled offering.
Both are presented uncut and from nice 35mm elements, though both have been stripped of their original titles and have had superimposed new titles placed over the originals.
Even so, this is quite probably the best releases these films will ever get, and considering their rarity, they're well worth the purchase.read the complete review
Le Sexe Qui Parle / La Femme Objet Release date: 12/3/2007Review brief:
Reviewed on: 7/7/2008 by classix-comments
Starring: Laura Clair, Beatrice Harnois, Marilyn Jess, Nadine Roussial, Nicole Segaud, Richard Lemieuvre, Jacques Gateau, Anne Millet, Daniele Negre, Ellen Earl, Emmanuelle Dhomme, Francoise Vandelle, Penelope Lamour, Suzy Whys, Sylvia Bourdon, Jean-Loup Philippe, Vicky Messica, Claude Dupont, Pierre Tourneur, Pierre Humeau, Luis Andersen, Frank Lefeuvre, Roger Merle, Frederic Carton
Studio: Alpha France
Directed by: Francis Leroi, Claude Mulot
Alpha France has put together an outstanding double feature release of two of the finest films by French hardcore auteur, Claude Mulot.
Le Sexe Qui Parle, better known as Pussy Talk, is one of the finest French X films ever made and while it's companion, The Female Object isn't as good, it's still miles beyond most everything produced stateside at that time. Rich with sarcastic humor and social satire, this is a fine double feature any enthusiast of European hardcore cinema should own.read the complete review
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