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Mijn Nachten met Susan, Olga, Albert, Julie, Piet & Sandra

My Nights with Susan, Sandra, Olga & Julie
Secrets of Naughty Susan / My Nights with Susan, Olga, Albert, Julie, Piet & Sandra

Netherlands 1975
produced by
Wim Verstappen for Scorpio Film Productions
directed by Pim de la Parra
starring Willeke van Ammelrooy, Hans van der Gragt, Franulka Heyermans, Marja de Heer, Serge-Henri Valcke, Marieke van Leeuwen, Nelly Frijda, Jerry Brouer
written by Carel Donck, Charles Gormley, David Kaufman, Harry Kümel, Pim de la Parra, music by Elisabeth Lutyens

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Susan (Willeke van Ammelrooy) lives on a farm in the country where she houses a bunch of outcasts, sex-crazed Sandra (Marja de Heer) and Olga (Franulka Heyermans), agoraphobic voyeur Albert (Serge-Henri Valcke), almost constantly passed out Julie (Marieke van Leeuwen) and crazywoman Piet (Nelly Frijda). Then one day handsome young Anton (Hans van der Gragt) stops by and everything quickly goes out of balance, because while Susan soon has honest feelings for Anton, Sandra and Olga want to just get him to shag them, and signal this by getting naked in front of him a lot, Albert grows jealous of Anton because he has feelings for Susan - even if he has an affair with Julie -, and Piet ... just grows crazier than usual, which includes her trowing around a whiskey bottle and sunglasses - and this is where the problems really start, as both the bottle and the glasses belong to an American (Jerry Brouer) Susan and Olga hitched a ride with earlier - to then shag and kill him. Piet actually has found the American's body which she keeps in a shed for some necrophiliac roleplay - which Anton witnesses at one point but fails to connect the dots. But things are to spin more out of control yet ...


My Nights with Susan, Sandra, Olga & Julie sure is an unusual film: Sure, its main selling points back in the day were sex and nudity, of which the movie offers aplenty - but the story the film tells to carry the erotica is just crazy ... crazy in a good way, it's a weird mix out of sex comedy and whodunnit, psycho thriller and trip movie, where things don't always make perfect sense but still fit homogenously into the whole. And Pim de la Parra directs the whole thing with a sure hand that doesn't just focus on the sexy bits but takes its time to tell the story, absurd as it might be.

Sure worth a look for everyone who's up for a bit of yesteryear's oddball entertainment!


Links to the other film's in Cult Epics' rather awesome Dutch Sex Wave Collection: Obsessions, Frank & Eva, Blue Movie.


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