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Farmer's Daughters

The Farmers Daughter is Colts first film and most certainly his most primal. Set on a rural farm, the one hour film includes just about every abomination one can imagine...

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The Farmers Daughter is Colts first film and most certainly his most primal. Set on a rural farm, the one hour film includes just about every abomination one can imagine. Incest, rape, various bondage and kink scenes, and even two murders. The acting, as in most films from this period is hit or miss, with some actors giving astounding performances and other giving performances that make Ed Woods films look great. Furthermore, the cheap gritty look of the film results in one having to have a double take, in that one the one hand, such a cheap look enhances the authentic feel of the film.Contains hardcore.

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Director:Zebedy Colt
Year:1973
Language:English
Format:F
Audio Quality:8.0
Video Quality:7.0
Starring:Susan McBain Gloria Leonard Nancy Dare Spalding Gray Jon Black Philip Marlowe Marlene Willoughby William Cort

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