S E A R C H D V D B e a v e r
(aka "The Sexbury Tales" or "The Real Decameron" )
Unbeknownst to their husbands, a group of really mischievous girls just want to have fun, even though the men from the clergy and their legitimate husbands might object to their desires. Therefore, the girls are forced to use all their astute ruses in order to escape those who want to interfere in their right to have a few healthy jumps into the sack…
Hot on the trails of Pasolini’s Decameron, the sleaze meisters of Italo-sexploitation unleashed a flood of similarly themed erotic sex comedies that held the Italian box-office hostage with its titillating crude politically incorrect jokes and the breathtaking raunchy beauty of its prima-donnas. The Real Decameron stars Rosalba Neri of Slaughter Hotel fame, Christa Linder (Jack Hill’s Alien Terror) and Orchidea De Santis (Rino Di Silvestro’s Red Light Girls) and is a must see for devout fans of euro sexploitation. Also known as The Sexbury Tales, this naughty gem is a romper stomper of a steaming comedy!
Theatrical Release: January 18th, 2003 - Tokyo
DVD Review: One 7 Movies - Region 0 - NTSC
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Average Bitrate: 5.60 mb/s
NTSC 720x480 29.97 f/s
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|Audio||English (Dolby Digital 2.0)|
The single-layered DVD from CAV Distributing Corp. (One 7 Movies) is progressive and anamorphic. The image quality is not bad looking at all. It is reasonably consistent and sporting bright colors. For the type of film, and its age, it actually looks remarkable. It is transferred in the 1.85:1 aspect ratio. Audio is in original Italian and the sync is not perfect but also not distracting. There are optional English subtitles (perhaps a shade précised) and no extras.
There are a few funny moments and fewer sexy ones - although there are some pretty Italian gals. I didn't think 'The Real Decameron' held the promise of the movie posters, description or DVD cover but I still watched it to the end - so that is saying something positive, I suppose. It's a little more polished than I was anticipating. For such junky cinema it is amusing to see the actors taking it seriously (at times). I think we have all seen these sex-comedies before and this is about middle-of-the-road, IMO.