Joseph W. Sarno – Någon att älska AKA The Seduction of Inga (1971)
It has a few hardcore inserts.
After her boyfriend leaves her alone and penniless, Inga can only long for the love of another man devoted to satisfying her body and soul. Rolf, a young pop singer and musician, tries his best to seduce her, but she ultimately falls for Stig – a dashing older man and writer. Stig owns a beautiful villa, and Inga gladly becomes his personal secretary – and lover. When business takes Stig away, Inga’s loneliness and unfulfilled sensual desires lead her straight into the arms and bed of Rolf. Inga’s life is further complicated by the arrival of the young and beautiful Greta Tillstrom (Inger Sundh) who admits to an on-going affair with Stig and professes a blossoming attraction for Inga herself. As passions surge and forbidden lust is embraced, Inga will be forced to confront a shocking secret and reconcile an aching heart with a tireless young body that can’t say no.
This is Joe Sarno’s sequel to his Swedish erotica classic “Inga”, and while it is much-maligned (and somewhat deservedly), it does have a few things on its more famous predecessor. First off, it’s in color (if pretty ugly color). Second, its incredibly beautiful Swedish star Marie Lilljehdahl is actually “barely legal” here whereas in the first one, made a few years earlier, she could better be described as “hardly legal”. Perhaps most importantly though , this is more cosmopolitan, “Swinging”-Europe era movie rather than a provincial domestic drama like its predecessor.
As the story begins Inga has just broken-up with her long-time boyfriend, Sven. She takes a job as a secretary for an older writer (wearing the shortest miniskirt ever seen on any secretary anywhere) and, not too surprisingly, she falls into an affair with him. She also becomes involved with a bad Swedish rock star, which raises the ire of another of the rock star’s girlfriends, an icy but sexy blonde minx name Greta (an alternate title for this movie was “Inga and Greta”). So will Greta take revenge? Maybe. Will her revenge involve lots of nudity and some lesbian/bi-sexual escapades by both Swedish lasses? I’m not saying. This movie IS kind of depressing as other reviewers have said, but then sex itself is often kind of depressing, so you perhaps shouldn’t expect movies about it to always be light-hearted and fun.
Strangely, this pretty obscure movie recently got a star DVD release including interviews with Lillejedahl and with Joe Sarno and his wife Peggy. Joe Sarno has got to be the nicest man in porn, but he says some really strange things here like claiming that “other directors” (perhaps a reference to Jess Franco) really “exploited” Lillejedahl. That may very well be true, but coming from the guy that cast her in the original “Inga” when she was all of about sixteen. . .ummm. Not Sarno or Llijedahl’s best movie certainly, but worth watching if you like 60’s and 70’s Swedish erotica.
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