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Sex and Lucia

Sex and Lucia ★★ Lucia y el Sexo2001

Sexually explicit, if confusing, story finds waitress Lucia (Vega) learning that her exboyfriend, writer Lorenzo (Ulloa), has supposedly died. So, she decides to revisit the island where they first met. Lucia meets scubadiver Carlos (Freire) who lives with Elena (Nimri), who has ties to Lorenzo that Lucia never suspected. Elena's brother, Pepe (Camara), happens to be Lorenzo's best friend and introduces nanny Belen (Anaya) into the menage and it all just kinda goes 'round and 'round. Spanish with subtitles. 128m/C DVD . SP Paz Vega, Tristan Ulloa, Najwa Nimri, Daniel Freire, Elena Anaya, Silvia Llanos, Javier Camara; D: Julio Medem; W: Julio Medem; C: Kiko de la Rica; M: Alberto Iglesias.

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