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STOP CALLING ME BABY! (1977) Jodie Foster's Secret
STOP CALLING ME BABY! (1977) Jodie Foster\'s Secret
1306DVD
 

Not Released in America... And It Never Will Be!
PLEASE NOTE; THIS DVD COMES FROM BRAZIL: IN ENGLISH WITH NON-REMOVABLE PORTUGUESE SUBTITLES


director: Eric Le Hung
starring: Jodie Foster Sydne Rome Jean Yanne Bernard Giraudeau Lila Kedrova

Here's the French skeleton in Jodie Foster's closet! Fifteen year old Jodie plays a teen virgin desperate to "pop her cherry" (her words, not ours) in this jailbait sex drama. Specifically, the plot deals with schoolgirl Isabelle who becomes jealous when her fashion-model sister invites blue-collar boyfriend Max to move in and share her bed. Isabelle soon meets Max's older friend and manages to lose her virginity to him.

Certainly, Miss Foster's involvement makes this a maverick cult project (produced after "Taxi Driver" and slightly before her Disney pictures). But it's truly remarkable to watch how nonchalantly the film embraces a sexual relationship between an adult male and a 15-year-old girl. This movie could never have been produced in the United States.
Jodie Foster also sings much of the film's soundtrack, including the disco tune "When I Looked At Your Face" plus two French songs "Je T'Attends Depuis La Nuit Des Temps" and "La Vie C'est Chovette."

A French production, released in Brazil; in English language with burnt Portuguese subtitles; (87 min.); NOTE: a "Grindhouse" Print of a grindhouse movie; encoded for ALL REGIONS NTSC, playable on any American DVD machine

Coming of Age; Adult Situations; Nudity; Drugs
Intended for Adult Audiences

 
$24.95
 
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