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Inga (Christina Lindberg) is a goody-two-shoes kind of girl, she's 16,
lives in the country, hasn't seen much of the world, and stays out of
trouble. She has also a warped perception of sex, which she way too
readily likens to rape, based on some real or imagined experienced.
day, Inga decides to at least temporarily shake the shackles of her
everyday life and pay a visit to her sister Greta (Monica Ekman) - who she
finds out only when she arrives at Greta's place lives together with her
boyfriend Carsten (Krister Ekman), something Inga doesn't really approve
of , but when she hears them having sex at night, she cannot help but
Carsten is rather amused by Inga's innocence, which he
considers nothing but a facade - so he hooks her up with his friend Björn
(Leif Naeslund), and before you know it, Björn and Inga land in bed
together, and from now on, Inga finds excuses to see him (and have sex
with him) again and again and again, and she even starts lying to her
It's the last day of Inga's stay with her sister, and that day,
Carsten barges into the bathroom whiloe she's having a bath - and before
you know it, they have sex - and then they are caught by Greta ...
The very first movie Swedish sex star Christina Lindberg has ever acted
in (though not the first released) is actually pretty much a
disappointment - not that there isn'e enough nudity and sex in this film,
but the story to carry all of this is just ridiculously bad: There is
simply enough no basic conflict for the film to revolve around, so it
becomes just a loose series of episodes, that in themselves lack
highlights, and there is no narrative buildup in either the movie as a
whole or the episodes. On top of that, the directorial effort is terribly
flat and at best described purely functional, and the whole cast is
terribly wooden, though not so much due to their actual acting abilities
but due to the fact that the whole film was shot in English, a language
none of the actors seems to feel too sonfident with.
What remains of
course is Christina Lindberg getting naked a lot, which is of course a
sight for sore eyes, but not enough to justify a feature film.