The lickerish quartet

The Lickerish Quartet is a 1970 drama film produced, written and directed by Radley Metzler, in which a wealthy Italian matriarch finds an unlikely object of lust in the form of a mysterious blonde visitor. Metzger created R-rated movies with widescreen ambition and this film marked the high point of his fusion of sensual camp and European-influenced storytelling. It received critical praise upon its release by many critics, especially Andy Warhol and Vincent Canby as being one of the first films with graphic sex to have Hollywood like production values. This was the last non-explicit sex film directed by Metzger.

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