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El Mirón y la Exhibicionista
The Voyeur and the Exhibitionist

Spain 1986
produced by
Fervi Films
directed by Lulu Laverne (= Jess Franco, Lina Romay)
starring Lina Romay (as Lulu Laverne), José Miguel Garcia, Rosy Oussy (= Mari Carmen G. Alonso), Antonio Mayans
written by Jess Franco, music by Pablo Villa (= Jess Franco)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A tourist (Lina Romay) notices that someone from a neighbouring building is not only able to look right into her hotel room, he also does so using binoculars, and is obviously getting off to seeing her naked and doing naughty things. Now the average person would probably just draw down the blinds and that's that, but our tourist here is also an exhibitionist, so she masturbates for her exhibitionist, later invites a woman over to have some fun with her, and finally a man to fuck her - all in plain view of our exhibitionist friend (and also the camera of course).


There's really not much to say about El Mirón y la Exhibicionista, apart from the fact that it is one of Jess Franco and Lina Romay's most boring films - basically, it's just Lina having sex and that's it. And even though it covers one of Jess Franco's most favourite grounds - voyeurism - it doesn't really explore or exploit this aspect of the film's disappointingly sceletal story (which is really sold off as a "story" by the way). It's mainly just, Lina making out with herself and other people, nothing beyond this (rather unusual for Franco, actually, who finds visual stimulation in almost everything). The one saving grace here is of course Lina herself, who's really into what she's doing (having sex), and even though many reviewers who obviously have supermodel girlfriends remark that she by 1986 has already turned a little towards the plus-size side of womanhood, she still shows she's very much into this, she manages to look into the camera as seductively as 15 years earlier, and her enthusiasm at least is infectuous ... and no, that's not enough to save this movie, but it helps at least.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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