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Not first class, but worthwhile
on 8 October 2003
Lacks the sensuality and charged atmosphere of All Ladies do it or the "cheekiness" of Cheeky, not least because of the unappealing female protagonist. The film's gesture towards a plot appears perfunctory and non-conclusive. The game is saved by some trademark Brass scenes, such as the embraces of the furtive couple on the beach. As always, cinematography and music are masterful, at least as much of them as it is saved for the viewer of the insultingly non-purposeful English version of the film... Nevertheless, this is still Tinto Brass...