Fuego / The Female aka Seventy Times Seven 2002 Horror Movie Review
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Fuego (1968, 81 min.) means fire and Isabel Sarli is burning up! Argentina’s greatest cinema sex symbol stars as Laura, a nymphomaniac who may very well be sexually insane. Despite the constant attention of her husband, Laura just can’t be satisfied. Though she makes it with almost every man in sight, what really pushes her hubby over the edge is Laura’s affair with Andrea, her lizard-like lesbian housekeeper. Plus: Choosing between her sheepherder husband or a fugitive horse thief sends Isabel Sarli straight to a [**]house in “The Female” (1962, 94 min.), an Argentinean cross between Erskine Caldwell and a spaghetti western.
About Fuego / The Female aka Seventy Times Seven (2002)
Fuego / The Female aka Seventy Times Seven
Roberto Airaldi, Mónica Grey, Alba Múgica, Hugo Mújica, Miguel A. Olmos,
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