Fuego (1969 film)  

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Fuego (Fire) is a 1969 Argentine sexploitation drama film written, produced and directed by Armando Bó and starring Isabel Sarli, Bó and Alba Mujica.

The film has been cited as a favorite by filmmaker John Waters, who presented it as his annual selection within the 2002 Maryland Film Festival. It was also a featured film in episode three of the 2006 Here! network original series John Waters Presents Movies That Will Corrupt You.

Plot

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Laura is a young woman who is dedicated to bathe in the river, near her house, accompanied by Andrea, her servant who fell in love with her. Carlos, a man with a lot of money, spies Laura bathing in the river, and as his servant caresses her by the legs, then he ends up falling in love with her.

Later, at a party for important people, Laura meets Carlos, who gets carried away by her beauty and looks for a place to be completely alone. Among them arise a love relationship and a marriage that does not make Laura very happy, because she can not resist having sex with other men.

When Laura walks down the street, a sack that covers her entire body, but in reality is that she is naked and shows her breasts to several men who looked at her and even walk with one who pursues her. In addition, she is discovered by Carlos, when he was with another man in his bed. The problems begin for her when she realizes that she is sick, and is excited at any time, that is the reason she visits a doctor.

Carlos and Laura make a trip to New York, while this is submitted to a business, Laura attracts everyone who was in that city. So then, they return to Buenos Aires in Argentina, and Laura can not control herself and cheats on her husband with other men, which later causes her to feel guilty and make the decision to commit suicide.

Laura commits suicide, throwing herself from a mountain into the river, Carlos is alone and very sad visiting her grave, but the final scene of the film is when he shoots himself with a gun and dies. Laura appears as a ghost, and finally sees Carlos who is also in her condition, the two practically dead and kissing.

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