Lipstick

$5.95$11.95

A top fashion model seeks justice after she is brutally raped by her teenaged sister’s music teacher. She believed she was the weaker sex until the day she was violated. The story of a woman’s outrage and a woman’s revenge

ACTORS :  Margaux Hemingway, Chris Sarandon, Perry King

YEAR OF RELEASE :  1976

POSTAGE : Free In Australia No Tracking

All DVDs are Region 0. They will play on any DVD player in any country

All DVDs come in a DVD case with colour artwork and printed disc

 

DOWNLOAD
$5.95
GET DVD
$11.95
Clear
SKU: SKU1072 Categories: ,
 

Description

Storyline

Lipstick  Composer Gordon Stuart brutally rapes a fashion model, goes to trial, gets freed, comes back and rapes her little sister. She takes revenge.

Another great psychological thriller from the 1970’s

Lipstick  The more I see references to the psychological drama/thriller movies of the 1970’s, the more I wish I could see them again.

Lipstick (1976) was made during an era that saw thrillers like Duel, Badham County, Hardcore, The Dirty Harry series and politically incorrect teen movies like Animal House. The scripts and characterisations had to be good because this was pre special effects, they actually shot films outdoors in real life settings, not just studio caverns.

This is a beautifully made film and we can appreciate the freshness of the Hemingway sisters , as well as understand the difficulties a disturbed young man faces when his desires get the better of him.

The revenge aspect would make the viewer feel good as they see justice as being done.

Though in the end no one wins, expect viewers who are treated to almost 2 hours of suspense , escapism and possibly voyeurism as the girls are so attractive.

I am tired of the franchise films of today, the TV remakes, the special effects-making actors and writers redundant when good scripts and real life locations are needed to help us identify with the situation.

It was not that bad

 
When I was sixteen, this movie was released. I saw it opening night. I was not disappointed either. Well I saw it again the other day and it really is not that bad. Chris Sarandon had just been Oscar-nominated for “Dog Day Afternoon” and I wanted to see all his movies, and I was interested in seeing the Hemingway sisters. Anne Bancroft adds a lot as a laywer on the case. Perry King is also aboard. Its not a great movie by any means and the subject matter is obviously objectionable, but this movie is not without value

Additional information

get dvd

GET DVD, DOWNLOAD

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.