Masako is a prostitute who works at a bathhouse in downtown Tokyo. She is sexually involved with her neighbor in the next apartment. However, when his friend falls in love with a young woman this creates a problem for all three of them.
Two young actresses fall in love with each other while filming a lesbian love scene, then break up months later, and then are forced to reunite in order to re-shoot the love scene for the movie's distribution.
Love, pride and jealousy are aroused when a ranch owner's daughter, called Lizzie, has an affair with a cowboy. Meanwhile a mysterious woman seduces the various lovers of Lizzie, who has ... See full summary »
A coming of age romance for anyone who's ever had a crush. Since high school, Stan and Jenny have had crushes on each other. They wrote letters to one another over school holidays but in ... See full summary »
An American writer in Paris starts writing erotic fiction. From encouragement from her friends, her lover, and her publisher she gets involved in nude modeling and progresses onward through many other forms of voyeuristic and participatory sexual adventures. Contains full frontal nudity and simulated sex, lots of sexual dialogue and profanity.Written by
John Sacksteder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In the opium den scene, opium pipes are handed around much as if they were tobacco pipes. In reality, opium is a sticky substance that cannot burn on its own. A drop is fastened near the hole in the middle of the metal head of the pipe, and it is then held with the head down over a spirit lamp, the opium evaporating over the heat as the smoker inhales. In this movie, the pipes are held with the metal head UP instead of down, no opium is ever visible near the hole, and no spirit lamps are used. Yet the women miraculously manage to get smoke out of the pipes. See more »
Paris, January 6th, 1940. Again, she wrote all night. She stretched, looked out at the rising sun, and bundled up against the early morning chill. As if drawn by some invisible force, she headed off across the awakening city.
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Unrated version on VHS tape runs a few seconds longer than the NC-17 version. See more »
"Delta of Venus", director Zalman King's erotic adaptation of
praised writer Anais Nin's book, is a lush, sexy, dramatic film. It's 1940 Paris and young aspiring writer Elena Martin begins a hot affair with smut author Lawrence. One night Elena catches Lawrence in the arms of another and leaves him, then she supports herself as a nude model and begins writing erotica for a wealthy male patron. But she can't write about it until she experiences it first. I highly recommend both the book "Delta of Venus" and the movie version as well.
"Delta of Venus" is UNRATED for strong sexual sequences, graphic nudity, and for some language.
NOTE: "Delta of Venus" is available in a slightly cut R Rated version that omits one minute of sexual footage, and an UNRATED version that restores the cut minute.
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