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Fuego / The Female aka Seventy Times Seven (Special Edition)


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  • Actors: Roberto Airaldi, Mónica Grey, Alba Múgica, Hugo Mújica, Miguel A. Olmos
  • Format: Black & White, Color, NTSC, Special Edition
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: X (Mature Audiences Only)
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: June 8, 2002
  • Run Time: 179 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006673Z
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #219,313 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Fuego / The Female aka Seventy Times Seven (Special Edition)" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

Fuego (1968, 81 min.) means fire and Isabel Sarli is burning up! Argentina's greatest cinema sex symbol stars as Laura, a nymphomaniac who may very well be sexually insane. Despite the constant attention of her husband, Laura just can't be satisfied. Though she makes it with almost every man in sight, what really pushes her hubby over the edge is Laura's affair with Andrea, her lizard-like lesbian housekeeper. Plus: Choosing between her sheepherder husband or a fugitive horse thief sends Isabel Sarli straight to a whorehouse in "The Female" (1962, 94 min.), an Argentinean cross between Erskine Caldwell and a spaghetti western.

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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By The Dreaded 32 Fouettes on August 25, 2003
If you enjoy offbeat films like Russ Meyer's "Faster Pussycat, Kill! Kill!" or "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls", or early John Waters features like "Female Trouble" or "Pink Flamingos", brace yourself for "FUEGO", an astounding piece of late 60s sex-melodrama from Argentina. Selling point: The film was so sultry and bodacious (by 1960s standards) that it was actually BANNED in its country of origin!!! Voluptuous ISABEL SARLI deserves high marks for her passionately enthusiastic portrayal of a tormented nymphomaniac whose insatiable lusts push her toward oblivion. The memorable, over-the-top theme song is so relentlessly aggressive it will haunt you forever. Everything about "FUEGO" is beyond belief and stupefying -- you will wonder how it ever got made in the first place! It would be a crime for me to go into any more detail -- you simply MUST see "FUEGO" for yourself and revel in its gaudy delirium! It is so "dreadful" that, honestly, it really deserves 5 stars (in the Bad Is Good category), but I'm only giving this double feature DVD 4 stars. This is partly because the master for "FUEGO" appears to suffer from dirt scratches and some jump-cuts (granted, this probably can't be helped with an obscure film like this -- alternate prints and negatives are likely nonexistant); let me say, however, the color is sumptuous and the print eminently watchable (yes, the scratches do sort of add a level of charm...). The art-housey black-and-white companion feature, "THE FEMALE" (also starring ISABEL SARLI) is a bit of a let down after all the bravado stirred up in "FUEGO". However, "FUEGO" on its own is worth the price of this DVD, so don't hesitate to order! This is the kind of "bad cinema" that's great to watch with a group of friends and only gets better with repeated viewing. I don't think I've ever seen anything quite like "FUEGO" -- it sets new standards for outrageousness and will certainly keep you laughing for a long time.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By John F., Warris, III on May 18, 2009
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This Film is NOT to be believed. For adults only. Very very strange. Right off the wall. I recommend seeing this film.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M. Miller on July 1, 2012
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Hi the celebrity nude hound here with another great film for people that like to look at big breast beutiful women like I do. this is a double feater with the movies Fuego and the female well the female really isnt worth anything just a b-move with very little nudity and no Isabel Sarli which is why I bought this disks. now on the other hand Fuego is a great film with lots of nice nude shots of mis Sarli and wow what a body on her.she's a voluptous argatine beutie that I ran across on mr skin web site. she has a number of films but being old and from over seas they are hard to find at least some of them are. you can find a couple of her films on this Amazon web site includeing the one I am writeing this review about and yes it is worth the money even thought you really dont need to the The Female side if you dont want too but the film Fuego is well worth watching if you want great nude shots of Isabel Sarli. Fiebre(Heat),Desnuda en la arena no english translation for the last film but really if you can find Fuego and Heat. those are the best films to see her nude in. please look her up if you like exotic big breasted dark haired women you want be disappointed.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Oliver Penn on August 23, 2007
The character that Isabel Sarli plays in this movie is exactly the type of woman MEN would be if THEY were women. Men fashion themselves as "insatible" and always ready for sex, can you imagine US as women?

"Laura" (Sarli) is a known nymphomaniac who is tortured by a morbid physical desire for sex. Like Suzanne Pleshette in "A Rage To Live," marriage is not the answer. Like a hungry vampire, she roams the streets flashing her huge bare breasts at strange men, even engaging in sex with some of them.

She's also involved in a lusty "affair" with her lesbian maid when men are not available to her. Her virile, loving husband (Antonio Bo) is not enough for her, she is immediately in "heat" right after every sex act.

Her "condition" torments her and she feels doomed. When her husband catches her in bed with another man, he goes wild and she begs him to kill her (to put her out of her misery). During a therapeudic diagnosis by a "sex specialist," Laura reaches a shattering orgasm during the examination.

The movie is certainly titilating, most movies about nymphos usually are (that's why they make them). Fun to watch with other men, for women will probably HATE this film because they despise over-sexed women like this, for they KNOW that their husbands will probably be interested in a woman like Isabel Sarli.

Don't get me wrong, this is not hardcore porno, it's a real movie filmed in South America and New York, but it's bordering on the X-rated.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Chauncy Gardener on May 11, 2011
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If you know Something Weird Video, you know not to expect a great movie but instead an interesting curiosity and timepiece. The female lead in these is extremely "FUEGO" and worth the price of admission alone.
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1. Isabel Sarli is the most beautiful woman I've ever seen. 2. The music accompanying her in this movie is frequently an organ based band playing swirling tango influenced beats. It's simultaneously very cheesy and very cool. 3. Isabel Sarli really knows how to pose, move, contort, etc. for a camera. She has a face more beautiful than Sophia Loren and an incredibly voluptuous body. This was before women before they appeared nude believed they had to go on no food diets. Perfect. 4. I've never been to Argentina and I like seeing the many shots of the countryside. 5. This movie is if Russ Meyer had more aesthetic sensibilities. 6. Isabel Sarli is the most beautiful woman I've ever seen.
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