Tag Archives: 1970s

Jean-Daniel Pollet – L’amour c’est gai, l’amour c’est triste aka Love Is Gay, Love Is Sad (1971)

Quote:
Leon is a tailor and he believes men are coming to see his trollop sister Marie to have their palms read. Then Arlette, a young provincial girl saved from suicide by Marie, comes to live in the apartment… 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 »

Michael Winner – Scorpio (1973)

Synopsis:
Cross is an old hand at the CIA, in charge of assassinating high-ranking foreign personalities who are an obstacle to the policies of the USA. He often teams up with Frenchman Jean Laurier, alias “Scorpio”, a gifted free-lance operative. One day, the CIA orders Scorpio to eliminate Cross — and leaves him no choice but to obey. Scorpio is cold-blooded and very systematic; however, as a veteran agent, Cross knows many tricks. He can also rely upon a network of unusual personal contacts, some dating back to the troubled years preceding WWII. A lethal game of hide-and-seek is programmed, but what are the true motives of every single player? 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 »

John Robins – Love Thy Neighbour (1973)

Synopsis:
Eddy Booth and his wife Joan live next door to Bill and Barbie Reynolds Joan and Barbie are best friends, having much in common….that is apart from their husbands! Whilst Eddy is a staunch Socialist, Bill is a cautious Conservative but this is not the only point of contention. The Booths are white, the Reynolds black and Eddy’s attitudes on matters of race cannot be considered liberal. Sparks and tempers are about to fly when the two women enter a competition whose theme is Love Thy Neighbour in this light hearted but poignant examination of ignorance and bigotry. 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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