Veteran swinger couple plots to lure wide-eyed heteronormative newlyweds into bed using lies, manipulation and drugs, and it's somehow not super creepy. Nicely done! Not the smartest or most beautifully shot of Metzger's films, but one of the most charming. (They play dress up! There's a cowboy & sailor gay sex scene!!) Subversively progressive (if not a model of consent) & delightful. Lynn Lowry was adorable. 3.5
If you are looking for porno, you will probably be disappointed, even tho the whole film is about sex-there isn't that much actual graphic sex in it (the existing version has 8.5 minutes cut from the original). There is a great scene of 2 guys kissing-not something I often see in cinema. All the Radley Metzger films I have seen have been very well-made, far better than the average soft-core films of that period.
Balancing on the tightrope between hard corn and soft porn, a triumphant victory of directorial ebullience (all those show-offy shots and the wonderful, conscious use of indoor space), humor and pizzazz over a small budget and bad actors (expect of course for the incredible Claire Wilbur). What a delight!
*Literally* swinging 70s fun. Actually sexy. Progressive for a 70s Euro softcore. The director's cut almost has more graphic man on man action than anything else - and keep in mind there's lady on lady pegging on poppers in this. Recommended if you're into classy bi smut from the middle of the sexual revolution. Homage to Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf meets fuck film. Loses a star for a slightly slow start.