Directed by: John D. Lamond
Actors: Sandy Gore, Michael Cole, Robyn Bartly
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Photo if you will a class of little girls and boys, and their teacher, introduced as clay figures as if the makers of The Wombles had been in city. This might be a funny scene as our eyes and knowledge about sex is truly about to be expanded and exactly what much better way as if through the alphabet. This includes masturbation, lesbianism, and even RAPE. I couldn’t believe that whenever we reached the letter P, prostitution wasn’t mentioned. We do skip a letter here and here, though. Just what we got here is a fun documentary, that never bores, with actors so cheesy they’re funny, if perfect, and that’s what bad acting is, funny, because is a number of the male V.O.’s dialogue. One scene has a couple in bed, and when you think the center aged male is going to pull off his schlong, he pulls out a lot of roses.
There’s a blond hottie, who appears great, completely stark, massaging the biggest blown up penis I’ve ever seen. John Michael Howson, a favorite with John Lamond, plays a homosexual celebration crasher in biker gear where he makes this hilarious remark, typical of his mouth. What really cheesed me personally off about this movie was the dance sequence, amidst the big letter blocks, utilized at the start and it’s finish which was simply warranted, if bloody inconvenient. We also have an international sex specialist provide her viewpoint on the subject. In general this documentary, a popular hit at the drive in, is a fun way to kill 76 mins, and Lamond fan, like I’m (although Breakfast in Paris almost bored me to rips) do suggest this for couples in the mood, or for folks who simply want a good laugh. It’s funnier than a couple of bad comedies, I’ve seen, I can tell ya. And remember, couples that play together remain together. An all real line for most of it’s really worth.
This documentary comes across as something you might have seen in a progressive sex ed class in the ’70s. It gives you a couple of facts and is also extremely lifeless. If you’re anticipating something along the outlines of a soft porn movie then you will be disappointed. If you’re anticipating to learn plenty of interesting things about sex then you’ll be disappointed. Plenty of nudity but absolutely nothing too steamy (except for a few good searching young women making off on a bed together.) we had been surprised which they had a really liberal stance on homosexuality but then proceeded to portray all homosexual guys as flamboyant cross-dresser or queens.