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Lustful Addiction
A Couple of Trouble

USA 1969
directed by Nick Millard (= Nick Philips)
written by Nick Millard (= Nick Philips)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Jean is hooked on heroin. Between shots, she always tries to lead a normal life, tries to find Mr Right, but before long the craving gets too strong and she needs to go back to her dealer, whom she even tries to pay with sex, but he himself is using heroin as well and his libido has diminished. On the other hand though, he shows no scruples about stealing stuff from her and selling it to finance his own addiction.

Eventually, Jean meets a normal man, a Mr Right, Ted, and with him she feels love, real love, for the first time ... but eventually, once again the craving gets too big and she contacts her dealer again, who agrees to meet her in a strip joint. Ted though doesn't want to let her go all alone, so he goes with her ... and eventually, she has persuaded him to try heroin as well.

Waking up after the night she and Ted have tried heroin together, Jean still feels a craving, and she tries to contact her dealer, who can't be found though ... so she visits the hooker "who is alwas happy to help, for a price, and sometimes the price is not cheap." So Jean, to gets what she wants, has to make sex with the hooker ... but then, right in the hooker's appartment, she o.d.s. In panic, the hooker calls the number of Jean's appartment, and Ted, still not really knowing what exactly is going on, picks up.

Upon learning that his girlfriend is dead, he packs a gun, drives over to the dealer's appartment, and shoots him dead out of revenge ...


Now this is something different: a trippy piece of sexploitation cinema carried by a psychedelic music score and off-screen narration (there is no on-screen sound) that is reminiscent of beat poetry. The images of this film seem to be carefully composed (despite the fact that this film was obviously made on a shoestring in no more than a few days) and the editing (featuring numerous shots of monkeys - sometimes as a negative and one time standing on its head - thrown in at seemingly random moments) borders the surreal.

Even within the works of director Nick Philips - who has a reputation for making unusual sex-films - this is a weird one ... but I for one like it a lot.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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