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Super Hard Love

Italy 1982
produced by
M.A.D. Film
directed by Alexandre Borsky (= Claudio Bernabei & Aristide Massaccesi a.k.a. Joe D'Amato)
starring Laura Levi, Pauline Teutscher, Guia Lauri Filzi, Roland Carey, Paolo Gramignano, Sabrina Faucheray (= Savrina Mastrolorenzi), Clarissa La Bordette, Fernando Arcangeli, Henry Lo Russo
written by Lorenzo Falcone, cinematography by Aristide Massaccesi (= Joe D'Amato)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Inspector Philippe (Roland Carey) and his wife Marie (Laura Levi) spend their vacation in a hunting lodge in the country, staying at the room where the lodge's owner's (Guia Lauri Filzi) wife was killed 15 years ago  - which at least in the movies is never a good omen to begin with, and neither is Philippe's obsession with the one and a half decades old crime. Marie in the meantime shows much more interest in another guest of the hotel, Gaston (Paolo Gramignano), who's vacationing with his widowed aunt Blanche (Pauline Teutscher) and cousin Francoise.

To get it on with Gaston, Marie does her best to exploit Philippe's instincts as a detective, so she makes up pretense after pretense to send Philippe out investigating at night just to have sex with her new lover. It's not that Philippe hasn't got the occasional bit of sex with random acquaintances during his investigations though ...

Then though Gaston starts shagging his own aunt Blanche ... and then cousing Francoise as well. Auntie Blanche doesn't take lightly to it when she catches them. But then the widowed hotel owner offers her comfort. And in the end, even Philippe has found his way back into his wife's bed ...

A shell-shocked World War II veteran serves as running gag - but in the end gets to have abit of fun as well, then loses his mind and forces everybody  to have anb orgy at gunpoint. And for those who prefer their sex homosexual, there are even a couple of gay sex scenes in here.


A hardcore porn comedy, and as far as sex comedies from the early eighties are concerened, this one is ... well, pretty ok, I guess, at least some of the jokes are working and the overall-tone of the film is light enough to give the humour a chance to develop. Furthermore, sex is the actual engine of this film, so the (many) fuck scenes don't seem to be tagged onto an unrelated storyline. That said though, the film's directorial effort is rather impersonal, even bland, and as far as the girls go - well, they are pretty enough if you can look beyond their early 1980's-style hairdos, outfits and makeups ... but that's at times pretty hard. And I could really have done without the gay sex scenes - and don't get me wrong, I'm all for gays having sex, and filming it too if they want to, I just don't want to see it, least of all in heterosexual porn ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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