John Brown, 1969
"The sexual scenes are real and vivid.. Sibylia Kay is certainly voluptuous enough as Monique.. her bodily sensuality comes across loud and clear" - Variety.
Made at the end of the sixties Monique benefited from the increased liberalism of the time and dealth freely with the issues of bisexuality and lesbianism. Mixing a tight script with a strong cast and a believable plot in which a newly arrived au pair girl (Sibylla Kay) livens a tired marriage by simultaneously beginning affairs with both of the husband and wife..
This was to be director John Brown's only film as he moved to acting full-time starring in a number of features including Vampire Circus (1972), Fear in the Night (1972), and most recently, Dark Waters (2006) with Thora Birch of American Beauty.
Director: John Brown
Cast: Sibylla Kay, Joan Alcorn, David Summer, Jacob Fitz-Jones, Nicola Brown, Davilla O’Connor, Carol-Anne Hawkins.
Format: Colour / Full screen
Running time: 84 min
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- publicity material
Product Code: MONY61J945