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USA 1968
produced by
Russ Meyer, Eve Meyer (associate), George Costello (associate), Anthony-James Ryan (associate), Richard S.Brunner (associate) for Eve Productions
directed by Russ Meyer
starring Erica Gavin, Garth Pillsbury, Harrison Page, Jon Evans, Vincene Wallace, Robert Aiken, Michael Donovan O'Donnell, Peter Carpenter, John Furlong, Jackie Illman
story by Russ Meyer, Anthony-James Ryan, screenplay by Robert Rudelson, music by Igo Kantor, cinematography by Russ Meyer

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Vixen (Erica Gavin) lives in a part of North-Western Canada that can be reached almost exclusively by plane, with her husband Tom (Gareth Pillsbury), and the two of them run a little hunting lodge. But Tom is also a bush pilot and is thus away from home for most ot the time ... which is bad news for Vixen, since she is sexually insatiable, and thus she shags pretty much everybody in the neighbourhood, be it a Mountie (Peter Carpenter), guests at the lodge male (Robert Aiken) and female (Vincene Wallace), and even her kid brother Judd (Jon Evans). The only one she doesn't fuck is Judd's friend Neil (Harrison Page), simply because he is black and she's a racist, but she continually teases him, and always picks fights, often based on the fact that Neil has left his home, the USA, because he didn't want to be drafted to serve in Vietnam - which makes Neil a coward in Vixen's eyes. Eventually, Vixen upsets Neil to such an extent that he almost rapes her (also being encouraged by Judd, as it is), and is only interrupted when Tom arrives with a new customer, O'Bannion (Michael Donovan O'Donnell), who wants to charter Tom's plane for a flight to San Francisco - to which Tom happily agrees, since this means a lot of money, and he plans to take Vixen with him for a night on the town. O'Bannion secretly has other plans though, he wants to take over the plane and fly to Cuba, then a rather young communist country - since O'Bannion is a Commie himself. And realizing how Nekil is treated here (especially by Vixen), O'Bannion has little difficulties persuading Neil to accompany him, since he claims in Cuba there is no racism and everyone is equal ... and O'Bannion's status would greatly improve iof he brings a defector with him (so much for equality).

Soon enough, O'Bannion and Neil have the plane in their power, but they haven't taken Vixen's cunning into account, who argues with and teases O'Bannion until he proves himself to be a worse racist than she is who wants everyone to be equal as long as he can be more equal than others - and suddenly neil realizes that he has been had and he ultimately disarms O'Bannion.

Tom lets Neil out of the plane before they enter US-customs - bya leaving the country in order to not get drafted Neil has broken the law -, and when saying good-bye, Neil and Vixen discover a new-found respect for each other, since it was the two of them in team work who have overcome O'Bannion ...


Russ Meyer at his best: Big boobs and nudity are paired with a script that doesn't insult your intelligence and peppered dialogue, all held together by interesting camera set-ups and cinematography (by Meyer himself) not usually found in this kind of film, and of course a lead actress - Erica Gavin - who might not be the best actress but who is perfectly capable of delivering her lines with the required pizzazz.



review © by Mike Haberfelner


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