Films of Joseph W. Sarno
Confessions of a Young American Housewife
A grieving widow embraces life and passion during a visit to her sexually open daughter’s home in this boundary-pushing erotic drama from sexploitation auteur Joseph Sarno. New York sophisticates Carole and Eddie spice up their sex life by swapping partners with their close friends, Anna and Pete. An unexpected visit from Carole’s young, attractive and recently widowed mother Jennifer throws a temporary wrench into their plans, but the quartet are soon back in action after Pete tries and fails to seduce Jennifer in the kitchen. Intoxicated by life and lust, Jennifer begins a May-December romance.
CONFESSIONS OF A YOUNG AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE has "Marvelous cinematography. Sarno builds his usual mesmerizing, frenzied heat between his characters." (dvddrive-in.com)
DIRECTED BY JOSEPH W. SARNO
UNITED STATES | 1975 | ENGLISH LANGUAGE
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