The narrator's comments were almost humorous: "Making a pornographic film can raise a sharp appetite!
Here the staff and the film stars interrupt the film’s work to have open-faced sandwiches and coffee!
De Renzy's film was vaguely disguised or masqueraded as a serious or educational 'documentary' look (with redeeming social importance and value) at how Denmark became the first country to legalize hard-core pornography in 1969.A 90-minute version screened in San Francisco at de Renzy's own Screening Room theater and at a larger venue in the Marina district was busted, but the theatre wasn't closed.The film was more directly prosecuted when it played in a local New Jersey venue, where theatre managers were arrested and prints were confiscated.It told about an uninhibited group of hick girls in a rock trio, dubbed The Kelly Affair and renamed The Carrie Nations (Dolly Read, Cynthia Myers, and Marcia Mc Broom - in her movie debut) who journeyed to Hollywood to make it big.There, they found orgiastic sex, bondage, gays and gigolos, lesbianism, drugs, a bizarre record promoter and murder.You may very well one day be able to know a heterosexual life if you want it desperately enough, if you pursue it with the fervor with which you annihilate, but you'll always be homosexual as well, always Michael, always, until the day you die."Direction Mike Nichols' anti-war comedy, an adaptation of Joseph Heller's anti-establishment 1961 first novel, was an autobiographical novel about a bomber squadron and its pilots in WW-II Italy on a Mediterranean island: A wave of imported X-rated 'pornography' films were beginning to invade the US from Europe in the late 1960s, heralded by the arrival of I Am Curious (Yellow) (1967, Swe.) after the Supreme Court ruled in 1969 that the film's depiction of sexual intercourse was not obscene.