Come Back Peter

  (Redirected from Some Like It Sexy)

Come Back Peter is a 1969 British sex comedy film written, produced, edited and directed by Donovan Winter. It was released in the UK under the title Some Like It Sexy.[1]

Come Back Peter
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Film poster
Directed byDonovan Winter
Written byDonovan Winter
Produced byDonovan Winter
StarringChristopher Matthews
CinematographyGus Coma
Ian D. Struthers
Edited byDonovan Winter
Production
company
Donwin Productions
Distributed byRichard Schulman Entertainments
Release date
1969
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

PlotEdit

A young Londoner called Peter (Christopher Matthews) has sexual encounters with a string of women including an au pair, a model, a high-class lady, a blues singer, a hippie, incestuous twins and a girl next door from the The Salvation Army. At the end of the film, Peter is revealed to be a butcher's assistant entertaining sexual fantasies.

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Critical responseEdit

The film was negatively received by Derek Malcolm of The Guardian and Nina Hibbin of the Morning Star.[2]

Calling the film "charmless and flashy", Nigel Andrews of The Monthly Film Bulletin criticised its "monotony" of presentation and the "vulgar tedium" of the protagonist's sexual encounters.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Simon Sheridan, Keeping the British End Up: Four Decades of Saucy Cinema, Titan Books, 2011, p. 63-64.
  2. ^ "Eight Critics on the Month's Films". The Monthly Film Bulletin. Vol. 38 no. 446. British Film Institute. March 1971.
  3. ^ "Come Back Peter". The Monthly Film Bulletin. Vol. 38 no. 446. British Film Institute. March 1971. pp. 46–47.

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