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1001 Perversions of Felicia 
Written by: on August 14th, 2004

Theatrical Release Date: France, 1975
Director:
Max Pécas
Writers:
Max Pécas, Michèle Ressi
Cast:
Rebecca Brooke, Jean Roche, Béatrice Harnois


DVD released:
July 12, 2002
Approximate running time:
97 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
1.66:1 Non-Anamorphic Widescreen
Rating:
NR
Sound:
Dolby Digital 5.1 (Spanish) / Dolby Digital 2.0 mono (French, Spanish) Spanish Subtitles (optional)
DVD Release:
Divisa Red (Spain)
Region Coding:
Region 0 PAL
Retail Price:
$14.82 (11,96 Euro)


The Film:

A happily married couple’s marriage is put to the test when their visiting niece Felicia stops by for a visit. Shortly after her arrival Felicia expands her aunt and uncles’ sexual horizon’s as they fall under her seduction. Felicia is a sexually precocious teen who is adventurous and willing to do just about anything or anyone.


Video:

The movie is presented in it’s original 1.66:1 aspect ratio, which has not been anamorphically enhanced. The image looks very soft but the print is fairly clean. Colours don’t look very vivid either.


Audio:

Audio is clear and free of hiss but I did notice a couple of hard clicks in the French audio. Extras are all text based and in Spanish. There seems to be some interesting info about Max Pécas but I don’t speak Spanish so your guess is as good as mine.


Extras:

Photo gallery, Filmographies, The Universe of Pecas (in Spanish)


Overall:

Of course the big problem here for English viewers is the absence of an English dub or better yet English subtitles for the French audio. Unfortunately this is the same for all the other DVDs in the series. I have also seen I am a Nymphomaniac (1970) with the absolutely gorgeous Sandra Julien and the quality was slighty worse with some big cigarette burns visible regularly. I assume the other DVDs are all of similar quality and I will be checking them out very soon. I found this movie quite exciting and a welcome change in style from the horrotico of Jess Franco and Jean Rollin, reminding me more of Tinto Brass. There were some steamy scenes, although never crossing over to hardcore or getting very explicit, and the movie itself was interesting enough to not make you fast forward to the erotic scenes. This really beats the sh*t out of anything American you regularly get on latenight TV here. Unfortunatly the girls here, although attractive, do not even come close to Sandra Julien. Still, Max Pécas rules! 

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