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Tarzan, il Figlio de la Jungla

Jungle Heat
Tarzan X: Shame of Jane / Tarzhard

Italy 1994
produced by
Butterfly Motion Pictures, Capital Film
directed by Joe D'Amato (= Aristide Massaccesi)
starring Rocco Siffredi, Rosa Caracciolo, Nikita, Attila Schulter, Swetta Silvestru, Cintya Raffaell, Barbara Dobson, Zotan Kabay, Tao, John Rensen, Regina Sipos
written by George Hudson (= Joe D'Amato = Aristide Massaccesi), based on characters created by Edgar Rice Burroughs, music by Piero Montanari

Tarzan, Tarzan (Rocco Siffredi)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Visiting her adventurer husband George in the African jungle, Jane (Rosa Caracciolo) wanders off into the woods one day - only to walk right into an animal trap that renders her unconscious. Now lying in the jungle unconscious for any larger amount of time is as good as a death sentence, but fortunately for her, Jane is found by a savage man, Tarzan (Rocco Siffredi), who carries her off to safety. When Jane comes to, she's understandably scared, but so is he, who has never seen a woman and has no idea why he has an erection all of a sudden. But both quickly overcome their fears, and Jane shows Tarzan what to do with his stiff penis - if you catch my drift ...

George and his expedition are worried shitless when they can't find Jane, but all their attempts to track her down add up to nought, so they return to Jane's mansion at the edge of the jungle. A few days later, Jane returns to the mansion as well, with Tarzan in tow. George is quick to throw a jealous fit regarding the affections Jane shows for her savage saviour - and yet, Jane refuses her self to Tarzan once they have returned, much to the jungleman's dismay. When Tarzan has come to terms though with the fact that Jane is no longer his like in the jungle, he starts to shag all the other women of the household (and there are quite a few), much to Jane's dismay.

Finally, Tarzan and Jane talk everything over: She would leave George for Tarzan, but only to take him with her to her native UK, and Tarzan needs to be in the jungle - so after a good-bye shag, they can do nothing more than bid farewell to each other ...


If you haven't noticed from my synopsis, this is a hardcore porn movie - but let's be honest, if there ever was a piece of popular fiction that begged for a porn treatment, it was Tarzan ... and you know what, as a porn version of a popular myth, Jungle Heat is pretty good: The production values are adequate, the sex scenes are elegantly outbalanced by an actual plotline, and there are no atempts at (bad) comedy that destroy so many porn parodies. Also, the girls are all pretty good-looking and show a certain enthusiasm in the sex scenes. The film's main asset though is Rocco Siffredi, not so much as a performer but as an actor. Now to be honest. Siffredi is not the best actor in the world, not even within porn, but Tarzan is a role he seems to be cut out for, and not only physically: He's just a natural at playing the primitive reacting mainly on primal instincts and resenting civilisation - and as such, he really carries the film ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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