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El Periscopio

... and Give Us Our Daily Sex
Malizia Erotica / Zeig mir, wie man's macht

Spain/Italy 1979
produced by
José María Cunílles, Vincenzo Salviani (supervising) for ASA Cinematografica, Estela Films, Films Dara
directed by José Ramón Larraz
starring Laura Gemser, Bárbara Rey, Mila Stanic, Daniele Vargas, José Sazatornil, Gabriele Tinti, Ángel Herraiz, Amparo Moreno, Mir Ferry, Alfred Lucchetti
screen story by José Ramón Larraz, screenplay by Sergio Garrone, based on the short story Mrs. Bixby and the Colonel's Coat by Roald Dahl (uncredited), music by Ubaldo Continiello

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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In school, young Albert has just learned how to build a periscope, and now he uses his newly acquired knowledge on the upstairs lesbian nurses Veronica and Angela (Laura Gemser), who seem to have sex almost all the time. Eventually though, he is caught, but when Angela wants to give Albert the scolding he has deserved, his mum defends him (undeservedly) and instead rudely insults Angela because of her lesbianism. Mum though is no saint herself, as she has an extramarital affair with a man whom she even uses to better her financial situation. One day, she decides to buy a fur coat with the money she got from her client ... er, lover - but once she got the fur coat, she realizes she has no excuse for having one, so she pawns it for a mere 50 bucks and then tells her husband she has found the pawn ticket, and asks Albert to go to the pawnshop for her to retrieve whatever-it-is, pretending she has no idea it is her fur coat.

In the meantime, Albert has grown quite friendly with nurse Veronica, and when he has to go to the pawnshop he asks her to accompany him. Later at her appartment, he and Veronica unwrap the furcoat, and Veronica instantly falls in love with it. This is when Angela comes home, and she instantly realizes what's going on and how one could have gotten a new furcoat for a mere 50 bucks - and since she wants to have her revenge on Albert's mum she seduces the boy, and ...

... when mum finds a cheap and ugly stole in the package from the pawnshop that was to contain her furcoat, she has a breakdown. And when the nurses from upstairs come to give first aid and one of them wears the furcoat, she goes out of her mind ...


So-so Euro-erotic comedy, heavily (yet unofficially) borrowing from Roald Dahl's Mrs. Bixby and the Colonel's Coat - which is at least a good source to borrow from. Other than that, there isn't really much to say about this film, it's just your typical not very funny but sexy comedy, and a film you will probably have forgotten way too soon. On the other hand though, there are far worse Italian comedies out there ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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