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Kamasutra Cinese

Chinese Kamasutra
Die Liebeskammern des Chinese Kamasutra

Italy 1993
produced by
Gloria Chen, Eduard Lao for Butterfly Motion Pictures
directed by Chang Lee Sun (= Joe D'Amato = Aristide Massaccesi)
starring Georgia Emerald, Li Yu, Marc Gosalvez, Gloria Chen, Leo Gamboa, Liezl Santos
written by Fu Chun (most probably an alias for whoever), music by Fabrizio Fornaci (as Sun Chang)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Buttoned up librarian Joan Parker has gone to Cina to studa the culture, One day, among the other books in the library, she finds an edition of the Chinese KAmasutra, & becomes fascinated by it ...

Soon she noticesw a man watching her from an allegedly abandoned house, & somehow she seems to be dragged to the house, which seems to be not abandoned at all but swarming with (mostly naked) personell, who all refer to her as Song Hiang though, & the master of the house, Wang Hu Yuan, tells her of a former life she lived as Song Hiang, a princess who had an illicit love affair, & thus she & her lover where pursued by the palace guards, & knowing no way out, committed suicide. & with plenty of sexual rituals (that every now & again involve some dildoes) Wang slowly evokes her memories of her past life, & as a side effect also helps her open up sexually ...

Joan's sort-of-boyfriend Kong meanwhile is worried stiff about her seemingly having disappeared from the earth. He looks for her everywhere, but to no avail, & he even breaks into her appartment, but aside form the Chinese Kamasutra he finds no trace leading to her whereabouts. Somehow though he too figures it ahs to have to do something with the abandoned house, & he makes some inquiries about it, learning that it's supposed to be haunted.

Before long he breaks in ... but finds it empty, as Joan, Wang & all the others seem to have gone to a higher plane of existence (?).

Kong now does the only thing that is left for him to do ... he gets terribly pissed. & it is then when a freknown drunkard tells him he should further pursue his dreams lest he ends up a drunkard like himself. So Kong knocks on Joan's door ... & wouldn't you know it, she's here & even lets him in. Then she undresses, & again, she lets him in ...


Very weak softcore sex movie with an increasingly silly story that is only topped by the fact that it is told totally straightfaced, without a hint of irony - even though the script reeks of irony to begin with ...

By the way, Chinese Kamasutra was one of director D'Amato's very last non-hardcore movies.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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