Lickerish Quartet

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Synopsis

Master of sophisticated sexploitation Radley Metzger directed this elegant and thoughtful erotic drama. A wealthy and jaded couple living in a palatial Italian villa (Erika Remberg and Frank Wolff) spend an evening watching pornographic films with their adult son (Paolo Turco). Looking for a change of scenery, the family visits a carnival where they see a stuntwoman performing tricks on a motorcycle. When she removes her helmet, they're surprised to discover that the stunt rider appears to be one of the "stars" of the film they watched earlier, except that her blonde hair has turned dark. They invite her back to the villa, only to find out that the images in the film seem to have changed, and the face of the woman onscreen is no longer recognizable. Eventually, the strange woman begins to interact sexually with the mother, father, and son as they walk a fine line between reality and illusion. As with most of his work, the American-born Metzger shot this film in Europe with cinematographer Hans Jura, whose rich color images add immeasurably to this film's impact. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

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Release Date
4/26/11 
Studio
Cult Epics
MPAA Rating
R -- Restricted
Length
1 hour, 28 minutes
Sound
  • Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono (Recorded in mono, but split to give the illusion of a stereo mix on home theater systems).
  • Dolby Digital Stereo
Video Features
  • The Making of The Lickerish Quartet - An 11-minute Behind-The-Scenes featurette obtaining rare footage of Silvana Venturelli, Paolo Turco and Radley Metzger
  • Cool Version Love Scenes Produced originally for territories where the Original version was too hot
  • Giving Voice to the Quartet - Location Sound vs Dubbed Soundtrack
  • Audio Commentary Track by Radley Metzger and film historian Michael Bowen
  • Trailers
Number of Discs
1

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