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Blue Jeans (1975 film)

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Blue Jeans
Blue Jeans (1975 film).jpg
Directed byMario Imperoli
Written byPiero Regnoli
Mario Imperioli
Produced byRoma Cinematografica
StarringGloria Guida
Paolo Carlini
CinematographyRomano Albani
Music byNico Fidenco
Release date
17 March 1975
Running time
86 minutes
CountryItaly
LanguageItalian

Blue Jeans is a 1975 Italian erotic-drama film directed by Mario Imperoli and starring Gloria Guida.

Plot

Daniela (Gloria Guida), nicknamed "Blue Jeans" after her cut-off jean shorts, is an underage streetwalker. She is caught by the police and claims that she is the illegitimate daughter of Dr. Carlo Anselmi (Paolo Carlini), a renowned restoration artist living in Latina countryside. Although Anselmi claims the opposite, Daniela's word is taken as a presumption of law and she is entrusted to Anselmi. Anselmi quickly bonds with his supposed newfound daughter, however their borderline-incestuous attraction causes friction with Anselmi's girlfriend Marisa (Annie Carol Edel). Things get further complicated when Daniela becomes involved with a mysterious man, Sergio (Gianluigi Chirizzi).

Cast

Reception

Box office

The film grossed about 310 million lire at the Italian box office.[1]

Critical response

The film critic Vittorio Spiga referred to the film as "an adult comic book that flows into a real exaltation of the remarkable ass of Gloria Guida".[2]

References

  1. ^ Roberto Chiti; Roberto Poppi; Enrico Lancia. Dizionario del cinema italiano: I film. Gremese, 1991. ISBN 8876059350.
  2. ^ Vittorio Spiga, "Blue Jeans", Il Resto del Carlino, 1976.

External links

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