A.C. Stephen (= Stephen C. Apostolof) for A-A Productions
directed by A.C. Stephen (= Stephen C. Apostolof)
starring Angela Carnon, Terri Johnson, Christopher Geoffries, Forman Shane, Lynn Harris, Douglas Frey, Jane Louise, Cory Brandon, Sandy Dempsey, Kathy Hilton, Candy Samples, Rick Cassidy, Norman Fields, John Paul Jones, Ric Lutze
written by A.C. Stephen (= Stephen C.Apostolof), Ed Wood, music by J. Mendozoff (= Jaime Mendoza-Nava)
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After 4 years, Peggy (Angela Carnon) has decided to leave her husband
Jim (Christopher Geoffries) and kids, and now she relates to her friend
Janet (Terri Johnson) how their marriage turned from one of the most
romantic things on earth into living hell that included a husband who
didn't love her, an unfulfilling sex life, two kids and a miscarriage (his
fault). Jim and Peggy tried everything to save their marriage, including
wifeswapping (his idea of course). The orgies that come with wifeswapping
invigorate Peggy's sexual appetite for a while - but ultimately, Peggy saw
no alternative but to leave Jim, to "live a little".
Janet - a
modern woman by any rate - supports Peggy in everything, and even hooks
her up with a bunch of men to go out with/have sex with - and Peggy sure
enough enjoys her newfound (sexual) freedom, which also includes the
occasional threesome and the like. But Peggy's high flying new life takes
a toll at her, all sex and no commitment isn't as fulfilling as it sounds,
constant partying strains her, and she starts to miss her kids terribly -
but Jim won't let her see them because he thinks she's an unfit mother.
only when two of her lovers want to persuade her to have sex with Janet
that Peggy realizes that this life really is not for her, and whether Jim
likes it or not, she decides to go and force herself back into her
family's life ...
In essence this is one of the many softcore
sewx flicks of the early to mid-1970's that were pushing more and more
towards hardcore - even if in some scenes the sex is a bit too obviously
simulated (like when the guys too obviously do not have erections and the
like). Some of the dialogue at least is stilted in best (co-author) Ed
Wood style though, and his influence also shines through in some of his
explanations for and conclusions about sexual behaviour. Don't expect a
laugh-a-minute fest though, and the film isn't half as captivating as
Wood's own 1950's output, but its still good fun at least but probably not
only for fans of erotic grindhouse nostalgia,