Blue Ecstasy Trailer

Blue Ecstasy Trailer (1980)

01 January 1980 90 mins

BLUE ECSTASY is an unusual film that explores with candor the sexual conflict acted out by dual personalities inhabiting the single body of a young woman. Veronica has an unusual companion - Ronnie who is the exact opposite of Veronica. Her friend Niki is a fun loving person and cannot at all understand Veronica's prudishness. At Niki's suggestion, she and Veronica go shopping for some new, sexy clothes for Veronica's changing personality - which becomes the catalyst for a film revealing many layers of sexual denial and redemption.

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Cast

Lesllie Bovee

as Veronica / Ronnie

Veri Knotty

as Party Girl - Tall Boots

Michael Gaunt

as Party Guy - Purple Shirt

George Payne

as Guy in Leather Straps

Alan Adrian

as Pizza Delivery Guy

Christine De Shaffer

as Submissive Girl

Crew

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1980

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