Italian title: C'ERA UNA BLONDA [There Was A Blonde]
distributor forced Cavallone to change that title before the release
starring Erna Schurer · Beryl Cunningham · Anthony Vernon
· Tony Carrell
controversial film was the debut project for maverick [insane] director
Alberto Cavallone. It tells the story of two fashion models - white
girl Ursula and a black opportunist named Uta - who enter into a most
unusual lesbian relationship.
other filmmakers who started their careers in a rather conventional
format and then drifted into cinematic madness (i.e.,Renato
Polselli) Alberto-Cavallone was an anti-establishment filmmaker
who notoriously pushed the envelope in the name of avant garde cinema
from the beginning (as seen in this film and the subsequent QUICKLY:
SHOOT AND KISS FOR BREAKFAST). As his projects became more bizarre
and ultimately inaccessible, he ran into distribution trouble. But he
never compromised his incredulous vision (eventually while dabbling
in bizarre XXX hardcore like BEING
CAPTURED). Alberto Cavallone's career stopped abruptly when
he died from heart failure at age 59 in 1997.
After co-starring in a few Spaghetti Westerns [eg,
COLT], this was the first major film for Nancy Sinatra
look-alike Erna Schurer (who secured the role through the producer Tony
Casale, her boyfriend at the time). She is best known forCASTLE
WITH DOORS OF FIRE , CARNALITA
OF A CRIME.
An Italian film with English subtitles; widescreen format, uncut version
DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC.
For Adult Audiences