Lasse Braun – The Call Girl (1971)

A call girl meets two gentlemen in a hotel room. Read More »

Lasse Braun – Romantic (1971)

Two sweethearts take a walk into the woods. This is one of Lasse Braun’s better films. Read More »

Lasse Braun – Delphia the Greek (1970)

A short story on Delpha the Greek.

Some information from Lasse Braun: The Official Website:
In February 1977, while LB was shooting some movies in London, his archive cellar was flooded, but since no one knew about that secret locations and the use of it, LB discovered the disaster when it was too late. […] Water and mud had flooded into the archive areas from an adjacent cellar belonging to other people through a breach in the dividing brick wall. Read More »

Lasse Braun – Provocation (1972)

Nadine is a young lady who tells her boyfriend about her sexual experience at an elegant dinner with five guests. He relates his fornication with a blonde lady. These revelations provoke in them a higher level of orgasm.

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Lasse Braun – Hotel Amour (1971)

Two ladies meet at a hotel room and get a visit from the staff.

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Francisco J. Lombardi – Pantaleón y las visitadoras AKA Captain Pantoja and the Special Services (1999)

The Peruvian army captain Pantaleon Pantoja, a very serious and efficient officer, is chosen to set up a special service of ‘visitors’ to satisfy the sexual needs of the soldiers posted on remote jungle outposts.

Starring: Salvador del Solar, Angie Cepeda, Mónica Sánchez, Pilar Bardem, Gianfranco Brero, Gustavo Bueno & Carlos Kaniowsky. Read More »

Shinji Imaoka – Enjo-kôsai monogatari: shitagaru onna-tachi aka Frog Song (2005)

Frog Song is a truly innovative example of Pink cinema; a new and exciting movement within Japanese underground filmmaking that mixes erotic content with art film aesthetics to create an unmistakably unique and modern mode of filmmaking. A bizarre film, Frog Song follows Akemi, a young woman who runs off into the night after discovering that her husband has been cheating on her. She ends up in a local comic shop where she meets an aspiring comic-book artist, Kyoko, who supports herself by working as a prostitute. Unable to deal with her husband s betrayal, Akemi moves in with Kyoko where they develop a taste for sex, singing and frogs! With its insane narrative that somehow manages to incorporate frogs into an otherwise realistic story of love and friendship, Frog Song is a wonderful example of Pink Cinema from the director of Despite All That, the best selling title on the Sacrament label in Europe. Read More »