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5 November 1975 (France) See more »
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  (in credits order)
Pénélope Lamour ... Joëlle
Béatrice Harnois ... Joëlle Jeune (Young Joëlle)
Sylvia Bourdon ... Tante Barbara
Ellen Earl ... Le Psychiatre

Jean-Loup Philippe ... Eric (as Nils Hortzs)
Vicky Messica ... Richard Sadler
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Luis Anderson
Jack Gatteau (as Jacques Gatteau)
Pierre Humeau
Frank LeFeuvre
Jean Roche (as Claude Dupont)
Pierre Tourneur
Suzy Whys
Martine Messager ... Le sexe parleur (voice) (uncredited)
Danièle Nègre ... (uncredited)
Didier Philippe-Gérard ... A cameraman (uncredited)
Cyril Val ... A guest (uncredited)
Françoise Wandelle ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Claude Mulot  (as Frédéric Lansac)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Denis Diderot  novel "Les bijoux indiscrets"
Claude Mulot 
Didier Philippe-Gérard  (as Michel Barny)

Produced by
Francis Leroi .... producer
Original Music by
Mike Steïthenson 
Cinematography by
Roger Fellous 
Film Editing by
Gérard Kikoïne 
Makeup Department
Genevieve Monteilh .... makeup artist
Production Management
Daniel Bellus .... unit manager
Henry Dutrannoy .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sylvie Jouffa .... second assistant director
Didier Philippe-Gérard .... first assistant director
Special Effects by
Didier Philippe-Gérard .... special effects (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Michel Gaffier .... assistant camera
Jean Kerby .... still photographer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jean Marie Nack .... key costumer
Sarah Shelburne .... key costumer
Geneviève Zarka .... key costumer
Editorial Department
Antonine Catzéflis .... editing intern
Pierre B. Reinhard .... assistant editor (as Reinhard Brule)
Other crew
Aline Lecomte .... script supervisor

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Pussy Talk" - International (English title)
"Talk" - USA (bowdlerized title)
"The Sex Who Talks" - USA (literal English title)
"Говорящая вагина" - Soviet Union (Russian title)
"Missen der sladrede" - Denmark (imdb display title)
"Pussy Talk" - West Germany (imdb display title)
"Pussy Talk - Musen som tjöt" - Sweden (poster title)
"To mouni pou milaei" - Greece (DVD title)
"To sex pou milaei" - Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title)
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UK:70 min | France:88 min (original version)
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
France:16 | Iceland:Unrated | Netherlands:18 (original rating) (1976) | UK:18 | USA:X (self applied) | West Germany:18 (SPIO: X)

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For the British release, a poster was designed featuring Suzy Mandel posing in a baby-doll nightie, despite the fact that she does not appear anywhere in the film.See more »


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Weird porn classic from France, 29 January 2012
Author: lazarillo from Denver, Colorado and Santiago, Chile

The plot of this famous piece of Europorn is pretty self-explanatory and also, frankly, pretty stupid--and I'm surely the typically incompetent English dubbing of the version I saw only makes it more so. But in its favor it at least does not try for (intentional)comedy and fall flat on its face (like the loose American re-make, "Chatterbox")--it's actually kind of dark, at times kind of disturbing, but above all very weird. It's also unusual as an XXX porn film in that (I think) both the female leads use body doubles for the hardcore sex, and even then the sex is really somewhere between hard and softcore. The sex scenes are short and numerous without the traditional "money shot", but that's one of the things I really like about 70's Eurotica--it usually tried to be something more than tedious, zero-budgeted masturbation fodder.

The main lead Penelope L'Amour has a nice body (although I suspect her breasts are somewhat less than authentic), but she's not a great actress, even by porn standards, and not a particularly compelling sexual presence. The best scenes are when she falls asleep and her, um, bearded clam regales her husband with tales of her jaded youth. The younger L'Amour is played by the very sexy Beatrice Harnois (who actually appeared in other movies besides this). In short order Harnois' mischievous, overgrown "schoolgirl" unwittingly seduces her stepfather (with fatal results!), wittingly seduces a naive male school chum, joins with another girl to seduce a well-endowed teacher, and for the capper humps her father-confessor right in the confessional booth (a Catholic priest being molested BY a young GIRL--now that's a new one!).

At the opposite end of sexiness, Silvia Bourdoin, the ugliest woman in 70's French porn (who later went on to become the ugliest woman in early 80's Hollywood porn) shows up as L'Amour's artist aunt, looking like she'd severely lost control of her blue eyebrow pencil and (judging from the head-scarf) may have been undergoing chemo at the time. She has sex with two young guys (who I actually felt sorry for) and then later two young girls in completely gratuitous scenes apparently added just to amp up the skank factor. Then there's the end which is just plain bizarre and threatens a sequel that never materialized featuring a talking schlong (although I'm sure it would have been better than "Me and Him" with Griffin Dunne). This is not any kind of masterpiece (few porn films are) and sexiness is pretty inconsistent, but it's entertaining enough I guess,

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