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The film concluded with a Berkeley, California hippie couple artistically filmed making love during auditioning. They pulled away the front tent flap of her shower stall and exposed her to an audience of jeering spectators "What a performance! She hurried to bitterly complain to the commanding Col.

It's an insane asylum. And it's your fault because you don't do anything to discourage them. I'm sure of that. God meant us to find each other. She flashed her breasts to him "His will be done.

Let me get it. Oh, Frank, my lips are hot. Kiss my hot lips. However, there was competition for attaining the landmark milestone with Andy Warhol's Blue Movie This film's storyline was borrowed, to some degree, by Gerard Damiano's Deep Throat - which was NOT the first theatrically-released porno. This 'porno chic' movie was screened without cast or production credits to avoid legal problems. The prurient film opened with the title character - Mona Fifi Watson , an engaged girl, in the great outdoors during a picnic with her fiancee Jim Orrin North.

After they both stripped down and began to make love to each other, she halted him by claiming that she had promised her nefarious widowed mother Judy Angel that she wouldn't have intercourse until marriage. She vowed that she would be a virgin on her wedding day - meaning no explicit penile-vaginal penetration except that everything else, including oral sex, was permissible.

She joyfully performed fellatio on Tim on their blanket, however. I know, it always makes you feel so good. She was indeed a 'nympho virgin. She came up to a young male stranger on a street corner and blatantly asked "Do you want me to suck your cock? I'm good, really good. I think I'm going to enjoy this too I just love sucking cock. The insatiable Mona then touched herself in a movie theatre before providing more oral sex to a nearby male patron Gerard Broulard in an aisle seat "You get two treats for the price of one this evening".

At the same time, Mona's self-pleasuring, garter-belted, bespectacled mother who liked to read dirty novels while touching herself and using a sex toy vibrator invited in her future son-in-law who was looking for Mona.

After telling him she hadn't had sex for three years, she offered to have passionate sex with him by hinting: Just like I had my own young man back again when I was a girl.

When Jim found out about Mona's other partners, he tied Mona down on a bed, and all of her previous partners surrounded her and engaged in a very excessive, up-close-and-personal oral sex-party. Other Russell music-themed films included: In the opening sequence of this surrealistic fever-dream of a movie with numerous musical montages, Russell introduced all of the main characters in the composer's present and future.

Drunken homosexual Tchaikovsky Richard Chamberlain and his lover Count Anton Chiluvsky Christopher Gable joyously raced up and down an icy toboggan slide run during a Moscow winter carnival, to the accompaniment of "Dance of the Clowns" from The Nutcracker Suite.

Afterwards, the two inebriated men jumped into bed together. Nearby, where Russian soldiers paraded on horseback, young conservatory music student Antonina Milyukova aka Nina Glenda Jackson Tchaikovsky's future sex-crazed wife watched and became infatuated with a manufactured wild fantasy in her head with one of the mounted lieutenants Ben Aris , whom she later invited to her place where she was sexually ravaged.

In the next sequence, many of the characters then reassembled at the Moscow Conservatory, where Tchaikovsky debuted his Piano Concerto No. The main focus of the biopic was Tchaikovsky's struggle with his own repressed sexuality. The self-denying musician chose to engage in a disastrous marriage of conformity and convenience to admirer Nina - to counteract and deflect damaging rumors.

He impulsively married her after receiving a crazed love letter in which she threatened to kill herself: My first kiss will be yours and no one else's. I can't go on without you so it maybe that I'll soon put an end to my life. Let me look at you at least once and kiss you, so that I may take that kiss with me into the other world".

Director Russell also engaged in fantastic imagery, including a traumatic flashback scene as a young boy, triggered when Tchaikovsky confused a bathing female with his mother Martha Consuela Chapman , who succumbed in a scalding hot bathtub from cholera. And in his first meeting with Nina, Tchaikovsky envisioned her as his sister. His homosexual lover Count Anton suggestively stroked a phallic-shaped bottleneck, and later cautioned against the marriage: At one point, she lifted up her red garment three times to have him look at her genitals.

The newly-wed couple were encased in a cramped sleeping compartment, and as the car violently heaved back and forth, the drunken, nude, and semi-unconscious Nina rolled and flailed around on the carpeted floor.

The repulsed composer reacted with bug-eyed horror to her full-frontal nakedness. Overnight Train-Ride to Moscow In the impressionistic " Overture" fantasy sequence, Tchaikovsky had fled from his family and friends, and was mobbed by admirers led by his brother Modeste Kenneth Colley , who was envisioned as an impresario. As colored streamers descended and he was draped in garlands of flowers, Tchaikovsky was carried forward in a parade, where he conducted before crowds and was ultimately transformed into a bronze statue.

Modeste blasted a phallic-shaped cannon and blew the heads off various enemies "music lovers" his brother wished to escape - except for Nina. Tchaikovsky Garlanded and Immortalized Modeste Firing Cannon In the final sequence, Nina's ultimate fate was neglect, promiscuity, and commitment within a mental asylum. There with shorn hair, she bragged to her mother: But I, but I have so many lovers, so many lovers, so many, so many, so many, so many!

See how many lovers, mother! See how many, how many, how many Her mother was aghast: Tchaikovsky and Count Anton.

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The film concluded with a Berkeley, California hippie couple artistically filmed making love during auditioning. They pulled away the front tent flap of her shower stall and exposed her to an audience of jeering spectators "What a performance!

She hurried to bitterly complain to the commanding Col. It's an insane asylum. And it's your fault because you don't do anything to discourage them. I'm sure of that. God meant us to find each other. She flashed her breasts to him "His will be done. Let me get it. Oh, Frank, my lips are hot. Kiss my hot lips. However, there was competition for attaining the landmark milestone with Andy Warhol's Blue Movie This film's storyline was borrowed, to some degree, by Gerard Damiano's Deep Throat - which was NOT the first theatrically-released porno.

This 'porno chic' movie was screened without cast or production credits to avoid legal problems. The prurient film opened with the title character - Mona Fifi Watson , an engaged girl, in the great outdoors during a picnic with her fiancee Jim Orrin North. After they both stripped down and began to make love to each other, she halted him by claiming that she had promised her nefarious widowed mother Judy Angel that she wouldn't have intercourse until marriage.

She vowed that she would be a virgin on her wedding day - meaning no explicit penile-vaginal penetration except that everything else, including oral sex, was permissible. She joyfully performed fellatio on Tim on their blanket, however. I know, it always makes you feel so good. She was indeed a 'nympho virgin. She came up to a young male stranger on a street corner and blatantly asked "Do you want me to suck your cock? I'm good, really good. I think I'm going to enjoy this too I just love sucking cock.

The insatiable Mona then touched herself in a movie theatre before providing more oral sex to a nearby male patron Gerard Broulard in an aisle seat "You get two treats for the price of one this evening".

At the same time, Mona's self-pleasuring, garter-belted, bespectacled mother who liked to read dirty novels while touching herself and using a sex toy vibrator invited in her future son-in-law who was looking for Mona.

After telling him she hadn't had sex for three years, she offered to have passionate sex with him by hinting: Just like I had my own young man back again when I was a girl. When Jim found out about Mona's other partners, he tied Mona down on a bed, and all of her previous partners surrounded her and engaged in a very excessive, up-close-and-personal oral sex-party.

Other Russell music-themed films included: In the opening sequence of this surrealistic fever-dream of a movie with numerous musical montages, Russell introduced all of the main characters in the composer's present and future. Drunken homosexual Tchaikovsky Richard Chamberlain and his lover Count Anton Chiluvsky Christopher Gable joyously raced up and down an icy toboggan slide run during a Moscow winter carnival, to the accompaniment of "Dance of the Clowns" from The Nutcracker Suite.

Afterwards, the two inebriated men jumped into bed together. Nearby, where Russian soldiers paraded on horseback, young conservatory music student Antonina Milyukova aka Nina Glenda Jackson Tchaikovsky's future sex-crazed wife watched and became infatuated with a manufactured wild fantasy in her head with one of the mounted lieutenants Ben Aris , whom she later invited to her place where she was sexually ravaged.

In the next sequence, many of the characters then reassembled at the Moscow Conservatory, where Tchaikovsky debuted his Piano Concerto No. The main focus of the biopic was Tchaikovsky's struggle with his own repressed sexuality. The self-denying musician chose to engage in a disastrous marriage of conformity and convenience to admirer Nina - to counteract and deflect damaging rumors.

He impulsively married her after receiving a crazed love letter in which she threatened to kill herself: My first kiss will be yours and no one else's. I can't go on without you so it maybe that I'll soon put an end to my life.

Let me look at you at least once and kiss you, so that I may take that kiss with me into the other world". Director Russell also engaged in fantastic imagery, including a traumatic flashback scene as a young boy, triggered when Tchaikovsky confused a bathing female with his mother Martha Consuela Chapman , who succumbed in a scalding hot bathtub from cholera.

And in his first meeting with Nina, Tchaikovsky envisioned her as his sister. His homosexual lover Count Anton suggestively stroked a phallic-shaped bottleneck, and later cautioned against the marriage: At one point, she lifted up her red garment three times to have him look at her genitals. The newly-wed couple were encased in a cramped sleeping compartment, and as the car violently heaved back and forth, the drunken, nude, and semi-unconscious Nina rolled and flailed around on the carpeted floor.

The repulsed composer reacted with bug-eyed horror to her full-frontal nakedness. Overnight Train-Ride to Moscow In the impressionistic " Overture" fantasy sequence, Tchaikovsky had fled from his family and friends, and was mobbed by admirers led by his brother Modeste Kenneth Colley , who was envisioned as an impresario. As colored streamers descended and he was draped in garlands of flowers, Tchaikovsky was carried forward in a parade, where he conducted before crowds and was ultimately transformed into a bronze statue.

Modeste blasted a phallic-shaped cannon and blew the heads off various enemies "music lovers" his brother wished to escape - except for Nina. Tchaikovsky Garlanded and Immortalized Modeste Firing Cannon In the final sequence, Nina's ultimate fate was neglect, promiscuity, and commitment within a mental asylum. There with shorn hair, she bragged to her mother: But I, but I have so many lovers, so many lovers, so many, so many, so many, so many!

See how many lovers, mother! See how many, how many, how many Her mother was aghast: Tchaikovsky and Count Anton.

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  1. His homosexual lover Count Anton suggestively stroked a phallic-shaped bottleneck, and later cautioned against the marriage: Drunken homosexual Tchaikovsky Richard Chamberlain and his lover Count Anton Chiluvsky Christopher Gable joyously raced up and down an icy toboggan slide run during a Moscow winter carnival, to the accompaniment of "Dance of the Clowns" from The Nutcracker Suite.

  2. Director Russell also engaged in fantastic imagery, including a traumatic flashback scene as a young boy, triggered when Tchaikovsky confused a bathing female with his mother Martha Consuela Chapman , who succumbed in a scalding hot bathtub from cholera.

  3. Nearby, where Russian soldiers paraded on horseback, young conservatory music student Antonina Milyukova aka Nina Glenda Jackson Tchaikovsky's future sex-crazed wife watched and became infatuated with a manufactured wild fantasy in her head with one of the mounted lieutenants Ben Aris , whom she later invited to her place where she was sexually ravaged.

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