Directed by: Albert Zugsmith
Stars: Christopher Warren, Hampton Fancher, Alexander D’Arcy
Description: Troubled young lass Margaret ‘Peggy’ Bardot candidly discusses her sexual hang-ups with a psychologist. Bardot’s past negative experiences are related in flashback while the psychologist does his to figure out the root cause of her problems.
Writer/director Albert Zugsmith keeps the engrossing story moving along at a steady pace, maintains a pleasing sincere tone throughout, and delivers a satisfying serving of tasty bare female skin. The busy narrative covers everything from Adam & Eve to the origins of monogamy and polygamy to wild apartment rent parties to a scavenger hunt that turns ugly. Alexander D’Arcy pops in multiple roles, Ric Marlow has a ball as amorous free-spirited artist Jan, yummy blonde Sharon Cintron makes a favorable impression as friendly neighbor Theresa Morton, and the always delectable Pat Barrington once again shakes her scorching hot stuff as a busty topless dancer. Clifford Stephon’s crisp black and white cinematography provides a sharp monochromatic look. The groovy jazz score hits the right-on swinging spot. Recommended viewing for aficionados of 60’s sin cinema.