LITTLE MISS INNOCENCE

Chris Warfield, USA, 1972, Vinegar Syndrome, Sexploitation

Prolific producer / director Chris Warfield carved out a reputation as one of the most daring filmmakers on the exploitation scene. This early feature is the most hard-hitting and shocking films from his extensive career.

“Opens on an appropriately delirious note with gaudy retro credits and a warbling theme song one or two notes removed from "One Boy/One Girl" from Bye Bye Birdie. We're treated to some great early-'70s vintage L.A. scenery as our protagonist, music writer Rick, works and passes by landmarks like the Capitol Building, Hollywood High and Crossroads of the World. It's a nice sunny afternoon, so why not stop and pick up a couple of pretty young hitchhikers?

He drops them off in the neighborhood near his ‘neat’ house so they can walk around and explore...soon they're crashing out at his pad, taking advantage of his awesome color TV and sipping brandy from snifters. Turns out the girls have a very unusual wager going...and Rick might even be willing to go along with it.” (Nathaniel Thompson, Mondo Digital)

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Details

  • 72 min.
  • Color
  • 1.85:1

Formats

  • DCP
  • Blu-ray

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