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Famed French TV game show hostess Sophie Favier - in one of her earliest and most revealing roles - stars in this boldly sexy epic about a cross-dressing teenage orphan named 'Frank' (Jennifer Inch of SCREWBALLS) who is adopted by a handsome nobleman (Christopher Pearson) with his own strange urges. But when the sultry virgin's gender-bend is revealed, her deflowering unleashes a shocking torrent of voyeurism, violation, sadism and submission that will blur the line between pleasure and pain forever!
Also know as FRANK AND I, this 1984 Playboy production ignited an international controversy when Sophie Favier unsuccessfully sued to stop its long awaited re-release. Her court loss is a victory for Skinemax fans everywhere, as LADY LIBERTINE can now be presented uncut and uncensored for the first time on DVD in America!
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This movie, on the other hand, qualifies as the modern term "romantica" - romantic erotica. Jennifer Inch shines as "Frank." New to the world and shy, we get to watch this young lady as she discovers the joys and sorrows of being a woman and finally arriving at love with a man who cherishes her. Jennifer is charming and beautiful, making every scene she's in a delight.
This is a "couples movie" without a doubt. The ladies will appreciate the growing regard "Frank" and Charles develop for each other, and their menfolk will enjoy the "skinemax." I'm absolutely thrilled this one is finally out on a superb quality transfer to DVD.
Full frontal nudity of Jennifer Inch would be the only real reason to watch this film. About as much as a romance as "The Story of O." Yeah, there's some there, but I can't imagine that is why one would watch it. 3 stars for Inch parading around in birthday suit.
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Very dated movie of course, nothing quite as promised by this now fairly tame piece.Published 21 months ago by Anon
This is a pretty bad movie. Basically it's a kind of historical soft porn, set in some vague time between maybe 1780 and 1900 (and towards the earlier, I think) - I can almost hear... Read morePublished on December 27, 2008 by Random Acts