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Cult Epics

Runtime: 87 min.

Director: Radley Metzger

The uncensored version of Radley Metzger’s bisexual classic featuring the legendary Cal Culver (better known as Casey Donovan for his work in gay vintage porn).

Having explored hetero-sexual obsessions in the critically acclaimed Camille 2000 and The Lickerish Quartet, erotic cult director Radley Metzger goes all the way in SCORE, a tale of a happily married swinging couple (Claire Wilbur and Gerald Grant), who make a bet that they can seduce a couple of newly weds (Lynn Lowry “I Drink Your Blood” and Cal Culver) during a weekend get-together a their luxury Riviera villa. An erotic classic, populated with strikingly beautiful people who are into free love, “dressing up,” and the fine art of seduction.

“This 1974 movie… treats lesbian and gay male sex in such an upfront way. Both sexes lock lips, engage in oral sex, the women put on strap-ons and the guys have anal sex. Although the film’s attitude to freewheeling sexuality seems slightly quaint to modern eyes – bisexuality might rub off on people and there’s an odd moment that seems to suggest the best way to deal with having a gay husband is for the wife to strap on a dildo – for its time it has a very open approach to sex and sexuality.” — BigGayPictureShow.com

“An absolutely beautifully shot film that tells a fun tale of bisexuality with a unique visual style.” — Adult DVD Talk

“A sex farce that was far ahead of its time in refashioning the erotic date movie with humor and extensive hardcore gay, lesbian, and bi sex.” — Images Journal




Production Name: Score Production Date: 1/1/1972 Cult Epics, Inc





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