Knowing that Forsa could be getting jiggy for real certainly makes the sex films she appeared in more fun than a Carry On movie in terms of raised temperatures - unless Barbara Windsor really did do the dirty deed with Sid James. But how much of that is true - we may never know. This is a reorder as the copy I had originally purchased got lost in a move among some other titles. Hang on, I think she did. This is a good pick especially for females who can't get into regular porn. The movie centers on Denise Marie Forsa who never acted in this type of movie before, and plays the role of a farm girl who travels to Munich to seek more adventure.
Forty years after her brief, giggly flutter in the spotlight and her relentlessly provocative flirtation with fame, Marie Forsa remains a name that still wants to be adored. Those were the early years of exploration of what censors would allow, although Butterflies came out towards the end of that journey. Having said that, the movie is a classic story sex scenes left out of that equation of a village girl dreaming big again no pun and going out to the big world. If that doesn't make the poor chap need Viagra the rest of his life, I don't know what will.
Ahlberg kind of dwells on both for Flossie; on the face and the 'everything else' that he could get into shot. He aimed for a 90 minute movie, but some of the censored versions of other movies came in at 57 minutes Britain while other markets for the same movie were at 102 minutes. Is it actually any good, or just better to talk trivia about? Flossie ends on a close-up of Forsa's face in a moment of absolute pleasure and it's hard not to see the similarities with Joe Sarno's less salacious Inga in this scene - a movie that saw an equally pouty and precocious young star, Marie Liljedahl, discover her sexuality under Sarno's roving voyeur of a lens. And cast members talk of how the on-screen sizzle playing opposite Forsa lasted well beyond the point when the cameras were switched off.
But not a name than many have heard of. While in the city she meets up with Frank, a rich nightclub owner, who shows her a life she never knew existed. It's like tales around the campfire Swedish-style with brandy and cigars instead of marshmallows and sausages. The film does has a certain amount of class running through it though and is played for fun.
When videotape came along, it ruined everything and wrapped everything into dull, pointless sex. This comes froom retroseduction cinima. The film is heavy with eroticism. Sarno, one of the most acclaimed and legendary directors of erotic cinema, comes this classic story of a country girls erotic awakening in the big city.
Beautiful, young and restless, Denise Marie Forsa cant stand another day on her familys farm and with her boring country boyfriend Eric Edwards. The soft version is for some reason longer no pun intended than the other version. Off camera too, Forsa was said to have seduced some of the lucky crew on every film she worked on. The plot is playfull 70's.
There is plenty of nudity, but Sarno wanted to make an erotic movie, not porn. . The Seduction of Inga was itself a sequel to Sarno's far more renowned 1967 movie homage to female pleasure, simply called: 'Inga'. Both Forsa and Lindberg were born of the 70's work ethic of free love and random joy. Since Joe Sarno recently passed away and there is a documentary out at present of Joe and his wife, no one seems to know what happened to Ms Forsa. If that's just a false memory, I don't care - it was, like everything else about Marie Forsa and her movies, real enough.
Although Flossie is mainly soft in its sexual antics, it's not entirely so - unusually for any movie of this kind, it's the male cast, primarily lead actor Jack Frank a not especially charismatic man whose first movie role was as an extra in Joe Sarno's classic 1971 film The Seduction of Inga , that gets the most - and the rudest - exposure. This recollection could of course be born of a publicity scam, fuelled by cruel rumour, be nothing other than idle tittle-tattle, or maybe just a touch of wishful thinking among some lonely crew member looking for some action. Captain Jack instantly seduces the poor girl the moment she moves in to his castle the good Captain suddenly thinks being a rich, well-heeled castle-owning cad is a way to get lucky - and he is, of course, quite right. That is quite laudable, I think.
She dreams of becoming a fashion model and life in the fast lane, so she packs her bags and sets out for the city determined to experience every one of her glamorous and erotic fantasies. Hurt and angry, she turns for comfort to Frank's lover, who is more than willing to give it to her. It's a time capsule movie then, one that hasn't rusted away over the years. When I want Academy movies I look elsewhere.
Another classic of adult cinema with good story line and direction and realistic sex scenes. Marie Forsa was a blond, blue-eyed Swedish sex starlet who captivated her native country and pretty much everywhere else back in the 70's by appearing in such saucy trash as: The Devil's Plaything; Butterflies; Justine and Juliette, and of course - Flossie. Her career was one that enthralled with tales of on-set seduction, of a cool-headed girl having fun with an insatiable appetite for cast and crew as well as life. In those movies sex is random and not as errotic in my opinion. So what of the film Flossie? So there is a story to go with everything, which unfolds nicely.