Here is a film examining
the use of marijuana and its effects as a sexual stimulant. It's directed
by Keefe Brasselle, an actor from the '50s (The Eddie Cantor Story)
who - after producing three unsuccessful CBS TV series [Baileys
of Balboa, The Cara Williams Show, and The
Reporter] - found trouble finding work. His Mafia ties (of which
he famously boasted) helped him form Topar Films in the early '70s with
Michael S. Loshin. Besides this motion picture, he also directed the grindhouse
hit If You Don't Stop It... You'll Go Blind!!! in 1976. Mr Brasselle
died from cirrhosis of the liver in July 1981 at age 58.
the miracle of documentary dramatization, three stories are presented
which make the case for "sexual happiness through marijuana."
The first vignette involves a virgin and her husband on their wedding
night. Disaster ensues. A psychiatrist (who incidentally meets the husband
at a strip club) advises the use pot to thaw the frigid wife. It works;
everyone is happy. In the
second story, a businessman (played by a young John Holmes) releases stress
by smoking a joint in his office and engaging in sex with his secretary
on the desk. For the third tale, a hippie girl and a black dude are participating
in a protest rally [she's carrying an anti-war sign and he's against smog]
but before long they're smoking pot and fucking in the bushes ("My
first black!" she cries). Interspersed among the sex segments is
documentary footage mostly filmed on Hollywood Boulevard as 'normal folk'
are stopped and asked about marijuana. There is also a history lesson
about pot (which reports "George Washington grew hemp" but they
don't explain it was for making rope not smoking) and director Brasselle
also manages to include footage of the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald.
American film in English language; widescreen format (16:9), uncut (78
minutes), DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT; extras include
original theatrical trailer.
Hardcore (XXX) Footage/Male and Female Nudity/Drugs
for Adult Audiences Only