Felicity/Centrespread - Double Pack
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Felicity (the gorgeous Glory Annen) is a sheltered teen who surrenders her blossoming body to a world of bold sexual adventure in this homegrown erotic sin-sation from sexy Ozploitation auteur John D. Lamond. From taboo-breaking pleasures at an all-girl Catholic school to wanton delights in the exotic underground of Hong Kong, come join Felicity as she finally liberates her libido in the Far East with the help of Penthouse pet and Bond girl Joni Flynn (Octopussy). Hailed as Australia's most erotic screen odyssey and celebrated in the documentary Not Quite Hollywood, Felicity captures the sensual and sumptuous flavour of Bilitis, Emmanuelle and Story Of O in its classic tale of burgeoning sexuality and the ultimate search for forbidden ecstasy.
In a world at the brink of the 21st century, where strict social stratification is rigidly enforced, where spending power is related to social utility rather than to productivity, and the only manifestation of violence is in magazine pages, a photographer whose special talent is mixing violence and sex, is told to find a new girl whose freshness will rejuvenate the pages of the magazine. Gerard (Paul Trahair) not only fulfils his task but also rediscovers innocence and a world left behind by advancing technology when he uncovers Niki (Kylie Foster, Quigley Down Under). But love is not in the Editor's plans and he offers Niki a choice - stardom or the love of a redundant photographer....The directorial debut of Tony Peterson (veteran Ozploitation editor behind Mad Max, Fantasm Comes Again and The Survivor) Centrespread depicts an ominous new society where old-fashioned love battles against sexual availability in a world invaded by rules, regulations and computer control.
|Actors||Glory Annen, Kylie Foster, Paul Trahair|
|Film Genre||Australian Cinema|
|Audio||English (Dolby Digital 2.0)|
|Region Coding||B (Blu-Ray)|
|Consumer Advice||Restricted to 18 and over|
|Year of Release||1981|
|Primary Format - Movies/TV||Blu-Ray|