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Ann and Eve (Ann och Eve - de erotiska (Ann and Eve - the erotic ones)) is a 1970 Swedish-Yugoslav erotic drama film directed by Arne Mattsson and starring Gio Petré and Marie Liljedahl as the title characters. The film also stars Francisco Rabal.

Plot

An erotic drama about a youthful bride-to-be who takes a holiday to Yugoslavia with a cynical and evil lesbian film critic (and murderess) that leads to debauchery, degradation with a dwarf, a dinner with naked entertainers and other highlights.

Reception

Ann and Eve was a major commercial success. Released in the United States on August 3, 1970, the film grossed $18 million at the North American box office,

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