Undici Giorni, Undici Notti
11 Days 11 Nights
11 Tage, 11 Nächte
directed by Joe D'Amato (= Aristide Massaccesi)
starring Jessica Moore, Joshua McDonald, Mary Sellers, Tom Mojack, David Brandon, Richard Barkeley, Barbara Cupisti, Laura Gemser, Don Fiore, Robert Gligorov, Sheila Goldberg, Mickey Knox, Giovanni Lombardo Radice (as John Morghen), Clain Parker, Loredana Parrella, Martin Philips
written by Rossella Drudi (as Sarah Asproon), Claudio Fragasso (as Clyde Anderson), music by Piero Montanari, cinematography by Joe D'Amato (= Aristide Massaccesi)
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Sarah Asproon (Jessica Moore) seduces Michael (Joshua McDonald) on a
ferryboat, mainly so he can become number 100 in her autobiographical book My
100 Men ... but her publisher (Laura Gemser, all buttoned up) is not too
crazy about this story (it's too short), so Sarah puts it upon herself to
prolong the story ... soon she has found Michael again & wants more - but
he is engaged to Helen (Mary Sellers), to be married in 11 days, so Sarah makes
him promise to give her the 11 nights until the wedding.
of course leads to a series of erotic games, from crossdressing to mild bondage
to sex in a recording studio to Sarah inviting Michael to a hooker (which he
refuses) to a threeway with a black stud (which Michael strongly objects) ...
despite being a tad naive, soon senses that there is another woman & even
follows them around for a while ... just to make sure. However, she is so in
love with Michael that she is willing to forgive him if he dumps Sarah. &
Sarah, by far not as cold-blooded as she thinks herself to be, has started to
have feelings for Michael as well, but in the end ditches him not to ruin his
life ... & he ends with a bouquet of flowers on Helen's doorstep.
only the title might suggest that this is an attempt to cash in on the glossy
mid-1980's erotica 9 1/2 Weeks, but in all fairness, 11 Days 11 niughts
is not quite as bland & boring as that film, & scores higher on the
nudity level (even if Jessica Moore is no Kim Basinger). It is in fact a mildly
amusing but at the same time rather forgettable piece of 1980's erotica (not
the best decade for erotica if you ask me). It was however successful enough to
spurn a direct sequel - Top Model, 1988 - & several of Joe D'Amato's
other movies were marketed as sequels as well.