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  • Actors: Misty Mundae, Erin Brown (II), Josh Robinson, Katie Jordan, Barbara Joyce (II)
  • Directors: Ted W. Crestview
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: E.I. Independent
  • DVD Release Date: May 28, 2002
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000067IXG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #241,424 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Roxanna" on IMDb

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Erotic Relationships

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3.6 out of 5 stars

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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 1, 2004
Format: DVD
The establishment of Retro-Seduction Cinema is one of Seduction Cinema's most inspired ideas. Take an all but forgotten yet classic 1970s erotic film, release it on DVD, and make an all-new, re-envisioned version of the film starring the company's hottest starlets to go along with it. Now I know we're here primarily to talk about the lovely Misty Mundae, but let me first describe the original version of Roxanna. Directed by sexploitation legend Nick Phillips, Roxanna was the story of a young woman drawn inescapably down into the pits of perversion, drug use, etc. You get the complete, uncut version of the film; as it turns out, a 35mm negative of the film turned up only recently, and the film you see here is transferred from that. It's quite an unusual erotic film, a plot-driven and decidedly dark look at a young woman's emotional and mental breakdown. In between scenes of Sapphic delights, we see increasingly disturbing images from all sorts of unusual angles of Roxanna, whose self-destruction seems almost inevitable. The highlight of the original film, however, has to be the scene featuring Swedish sex-goddess Uschi Digart. Digart sizzles, to put it mildly. The film is quite uninhibited by 1970 standards, I'm sure, but erotica has come a long way in the intervening decades, as the 2002 remake of the film makes clear.
Misty Mundae is the new and improved version of Roxanna in the 2002 re-make. The film is built around the framework of the original, especially in terms of the music and the haunting images of a young woman descending into a pit of self-induced despair, but at the same time it is a completely different take on the subject at hand.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Marcus H. Smilfer on September 5, 2004
Format: DVD
"Roxanna" is supposed to be a re-make of a soft core porno from the 70's with the same name. It isn't a re-make at all, but just a loose hodge-podge of the amazing Misty Mundae (is she a Russian? I don't know but dasvedanya bolshoi!) having sex with three beautiful women: Katie Jordan, Barbara Joyce and Darian Caine. The "theme" that ties all this together is that Misty is a "Generation X" burned out dope-head, who can only "feel" things when she's being "dirty" with other women. I know how she feels. Anyway, the hairy and emasculative Josh Robinson plays Misty's perpetually limp boyfriend who introduces her to the fairer sex and then can't control the libidinal monster he created. The 70's version is more sexually charged and features Uschi Digart and lots of well-endowed blonde women who kiss each other. I thought the 70's version was more "real," but maybe that's the old Cinemax memories coming through. The interview with soft-core porn historian "42nd Street Pete" is worth buying the disc for, as he's a real authority on the subject and it's just amazing to listen to him spew his expertese. Cool! Anyways, if you are a fan of Ms. Mundae, the scene with her and Darian Caine is great and worth the price of admission. The other stuff....it's up to you. If you want a better movie of this genre with these women, check out "Witchbabe III." Now that's a blue movie....
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 4, 2003
Format: DVD
OK, we got 3 stars here, one for the star, a pretty young girl with ace quality puffies, one for Uschi, who rolls around with the puffy girl just about as you'd like, a half star for another puffy girl later on (half star demotion for weird eye makeup), and another half star for all the playing around with the lead girl's puffies, which is precisely what you'd like to see.
Basically it's about the lead girl going crazy, presumably because of too much girl-girl sex, I don't know, I had the volume down. Anyway, every now and then it flashes to her doing weird things, once even drooling, but those parts are brief, especially on fast forward. There's some comedy in the form of portraying R rated girl sex in ways that don't really make anatomical sense, but mostly it's a soft core loop with really good girls and Uschi in one scene.
Let's see, there's also a 2002 version of the same loop, but don't bother, I'll save you the effort. And the bonus menu has a dumb thing called "Despair" that has maybe one sleaze scene that could be saved as a jpg.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tome Raider VINE VOICE on April 27, 2006
Format: DVD
I watched these films about a year ago. The so-called remake is low-budget nonsense, albeit I think Misty Mundae is incredibly sexy and has "it"--that magical, elusive quality, whatever that might be. I just wish she had better quality control over her career because a lot her films (seemingly made with a cheap video camera) are really embarassingly bad. But this re-make of Roxanna is worth the half hour it takes to watch it, and Misty is really strikingly beautiful in a natural sort of way, my favorite way.

But, folks, the real story here is this 1970 version of Roxanna. This movie is clearly aesthetically significant. It has lingered in my mind for the past year the way Wizard of Oz did when I was a kid. It has a few ugly scenes (a bad trip, etc.), but overall it is an outrageously wild and sexy presentation which makes you wonder what someone might have slipped in your cocktail. What I'm most impressed by is the fusion of weird background noise (pulsating sounds, etc) that you might call the "soundtrack" coupled with highly charged, commanding voice-overs and sexually compelling imagery. It is very dated (the psychedelic 60's) but totally classic. This is an undiscovered gem.

I guess I'm mostly recommending this to afficiandos of film and art-house types, due to the creative presentation and concept. It obviously has high secondary appeal as an erotic film (softcore). In the voice-overs, Roxanna tells us what she likes and how she likes it, and what she likes doing with her time. The way she states these thoughts and preferences is so bold and intoxicating that I now have new respect for campy, B-level, low budget, obscure movies from the '70's!!. This movie deserves cinematic recognition. I love movies that make me feel like I'm doing something illegal when all I'm doing is enjoying the First Amendment. Thanks to Retro-Seduction Cinema for getting this out there.
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