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This ultra-sleazy Italian thriller is about a young girl,who saw his mother having sex with the family dog.When the woman's husband returns home and sees this,he chains the dog to the house and sets it on fire.Years later this event turns little girl into a total nymphomaniac...
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"Bestiality" was directed by Peter Skerl and co-written by infamous George Eastman of "Anthropohagus" and "Porno Holocaust" fame.This ultra-sleazy Italian thriller is about a young girl,who saw his mother having sex with the family dog.When the woman's husband returns home and sees this,he chains the dog to the house and sets it on fire.Years later this event turns little girl into a total nymphomaniac,who enjoys screwing various guests,who visit the island,where she lives with her dog."Bestiality" is a totally sleazy and politically incorrect film that shouldn't disappoint fans of Italian smut.Tons of sex and nudity with a little bit of zoophilia thrown in plus a surprisingly bloody and off-beat climax.The scene of woman having sex with her black dog is obviously simulated!
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