A Smell of Honey, a Swallow of Brine  

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A Smell of Honey, a Swallow of Brine is a 1966 sexploitation film produced by David F. Friedman, the self-proclaimed mighty monarch of the exploitation film.

Also notable is the trance-inducing repetitious soundtrack performed by a local group called "et cetra". The movie is filled with brief nudity throughout, breasts and rear-ends only. The film deals with rape, lesbianism, BDSM, nudity, and violence, however, like other Friedman films it was shown mostly in the chain of Pussycat theatres which existed in California.

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