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Mnasidika

In what would be close to being the first Findlay film in color, Michael takes the lead once again, this time delivering his depraved sexual fantasies on ancient Greece...

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In what would be close to being the first Findlay film in color, Michael takes the lead once again, this time delivering his depraved sexual fantasies on ancient Greece. Wondering around sporting an ancient style white toga like gown, The Man (Michael Findlay) spots a gorgeous innocent looking woman running through the woods. Her foot gets stuck under a log and The Man lifts the log up to free her. With seemingly good intentions he approaches her and she de-robes and he carries her away like a knight in shining armor. However that was just his mind playing out the possibilities based on his ultimate actions. Then it cuts back to the girl trapped under the log with her clothes on and The Man accosts her, attempting to rape her. She struggles and then he kicks her and beats her to death with a large piece of wood. The Man then begins to engage in sexual intercourse with the body of the girl. The Man assumes that inexplicably waking up in ancient Greece will allow him to live out his most deranged fantasies without the consequences. How wrong he was! Cover Art: Corlen Krugger

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Director:Michael Findlay, Roberta Findlay
Year:1969
Language:English
Format:F
Audio Quality:7.5
Video Quality:9.0
Starring:Linda Boyce Uta Erickson Michael Findlay Denise Lemain Maria Lorello

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