is reading a book about the wonders of sex, lust and female orgasms. She
is sadly frustrated by the drastic contradictions between what is written
in Betty Miller's book and the reality of her own dreary sexlife with
boy-friend Kurt. He brings nothing to their sexual coexistence, preferring
instead to drink beer and watch sports on TV. Kurt is completely oblivious
to her needs. When Sylvia goes away on a buying trip for her store, she
meets Joerg Bronner, a successful businessman with a strong sexual drive.
After a vibrant turn in his bed, everything changes for Sylvia. Joerg
has become the master of her secret fantasies. But things become complicated
for Sylvia when she soon realizes that he is not satisfied with only her
and she must compete against a bevy of other woman.
director Franz Joseph Gottlieb is a movie studio veteran who helmed well
over 80 films between 1956-2005. Initially, he was known for his black-n-white
thrillers based on the stories of Edgar Wallace. Later he drifted to Lisa
Studios where he befriended Sigi Rothemund (aka Siggi Götz, known
for movies like BEAUTIFUL
AND WILD OF IBIZA and COLA
CANDY CHOCOLATE) and was strongly influenced by Sigi's cinematic
style. Mr Gottlieb is probably best remembered for HANSEL
AND GRETEL: LOST IN THE WOODS, POPCORN
AND ICE CREAM and LADY
DRACULA. Franz Gottlieb died from a brain tumor at age 75 in July
film features a terrific cast of who's who in German sex comedies. But
the big surprise here is Gianni Garko. Here is an out-of-character performance
by the iconic Spaghetti Western actor who played steely-eyed SARTANA
film in English language; widescreen, (89 min.),
DVD encoded for WORLD FORMAT NTSC, playable on any American machine.
Extras include selected trailers.
For Mature Audiences