Original Italian Title: Nerosubianco
Written by: Tinto Brass, Gian Carlo Fusco, and Franco Longo
Directed by: Tinto Brass
Starring: Anita Sanders, Terry Carter, Nino Segurini
- Lobby card gallery
- Theatrical Trailer
Released by: Cult Epics
My Advice: Just take LSD
This is where I usually give a synopsis of the DVD I watched. However, Attraction is too psychedelic for its own good. I think it’s about Barbara (Sanders), a hot middle class housewife wandering through Swinging London having her mind blown by all the 60s weirdness. Her companion on this magical, mystical tour is a black photographer (Carter) who follows closely, tantalizing the housewife’s jungle fever. That’s my best guess anyway.
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Frankly, this is Tinto Brass jumping on the psychedelic bandwagon. He’s hoping that with enough boob shots and artistic pretension, the audience won’t notice what an unoriginal piece of crap this is. He says nothing new and says it badly. It isn’t even good exploitation because the film takes itself way too seriously. There are much better exploitation and psychedelic movies out there. Rent them instead.