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Fortunately

Greece, 1984 (MIFF 1985)

Director: Christos Christodoulides

In the last, almost empty, night subway an exhibitionist is looking for a; suitable opportunity to satisfy his passion and he finds it in a compartment with three lone women. One of these women, a beautiful young girl, will be the one who will excite him and arouse his passion, as i she lets her eyes wander without constraint over his nakedness, until...

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