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A review and pictures of actress Antiniska Nemour naked in "The Young Bride".
Perky Italian brunette from an era when starlets were becoming more independent in spirit in anticipation of the blandness of the 'eighties.
Mr. Skin has a page for Antiniska - click here for more of her pics & clips!
Il giudice e la minorenne (Franco Nucci, Italy, 1974) (as Mirella Serra)
Quella provincia maliziosa (Gianfranco Baldanello, Italy, 1975)
Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma (Pier Paolo Pasolini, Italy, 1975)
# The Young Bride (Sergio Bergonzelli, Italy, 1976) (featuring Antiniska Nemour as "Chiara, wife of Massimo")
with Paola D'Egidio, Carlo De Mejo, Tiberio Murgia, Magda Konopka, Riccardo Garrone, Alfredo D'Ippolito, Aldo Massasso, Guido Renzi, Patrizia Luparia and Gregorio Gandolfo
More than typically dim-witted Italian comedy about a new bride whose handsome young husband hasn't come up to scratch in the 'sack' department. Of more than the bare essentials of the plot I cannot be sure. How to fill in the gaps? By just making things up, confident in the belief no one can come up with anything more asinine than the original even on purpose.
Today Antiniska is taking part in the hit TV show Lesbian Housewife Orgy. Her father produces the thing, and she thinks he ought to be ashamed of himself. 'What do you think pays for your private education, and your mother's gin?' he'd muttered gruffly before setting off for work that morning. He is taught a lesson when his little girl turns out to be the Lady Behind the Mask when all the girls turn round after having pretty lights shined onto their bottoms (probably colour grading the cameras or something). 'Not so proud of ourselves now are we Daddy?' she remarks drily as she saunters off the set. It's too late to do anything about the live TV broadcast, so the sheepish father can do no more than march down to the controller's office to see about cancelling the Saturday morning repeat.
In the second clip Antiniska can be seen stripping for, then bedding, her 'father'. Are they overstepping the bounds of propriety? No, the blood tests have since come through and he's in the clear (didn't you see the quote marks?), and the old geezer just happened to be handy to rope in for the climactic scene, wherein the frustrated bride needs to make her husband jealous to rouse him to a satisfactory performance. All ends happily, with all the trappings cinematic cliché can provide.
Brogliaccio d'amore (Decio Silla, Italy, 1976)
Il bocconcino (Romano Scandariato, Italy, 1976) (as Gemma)
Una donna di seconda mano (Pino Tosini, Italy, 1977) (as Virginia)
Mr. Skin may have clips: http://www.mrskin.com/una-donna-di-seconda-mano-girls-t4335.html
L'ultima orgia del III Reich (Cesare Canevari, Italy, 1977)
La sorella di Ursula (Enzo Milioni, Italy, 1978) (as Jenny)
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