Gwendoline SYNOPSIS:

Video vixen Tawny Kitaen made her movie debut as the virgin adventuress on a provocative odyssey to find her lost father. But even if she can endure the scorching torment of the desert and steamy hungers of the jungle, will she survive her final ordeal at the hands – and more – of the warrior women of Yik Yak’ Brent Huff and French sex kitten Zabou co-star in this erotic cult classic.

Gwendoline: REVIEW

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“Gwendoline” also known as “The Perils of Gwendoline in the Land of the Yik Yak” is a French adventure film that was released in 1984. Directed by Just Jaeckin, the film follows the adventures of a young woman named Gwendoline, who travels to China in search of her father. Along the way, she meets a diverse cast of characters, including a handsome American adventurer named Willard, and the two embark on a perilous journey together to find Gwendoline’s father. The film is known for its erotic undertones, as well as its portrayal of Gwendoline as a strong and independent female character.

While the film received mixed reviews upon its release, it has since become a cult classic among fans of the adventure and erotica genres. The film’s exotic setting, steamy scenes, and action-packed plot make it an entertaining watch for those looking for a bit of escapism. The film’s soundtrack, which was composed by French composer Pierre Bachelet, is also worth noting for its haunting melodies and dramatic orchestration. Overall, “Gwendoline” is a unique and memorable film that is sure to entertain viewers who appreciate the adventurous and erotic elements of cinema.

Rent this movie if you like:

adventure – erotic fantasy – lost world stories