A woman asks a man if he would enjoy a roll in the hay.
A woman thinks that a comment about large knockers is referring to her breasts.
The monster – who supposedly has an enormous penis – unzips his pants in front of a woman (no nudity is visible). She stares into the area of his crotch, and says “woof” with delight. He lies on top of her, and we see him moving as they groan and moan, and she begins to sing (sex is implied).
A few minutes later the movie cuts back to the Monster and woman, as the woman begs him to have sex with her again.
A man and woman lie in bed, the camera cuts away and we hear the woman moaning and singing (it is implied they are having sex)
We see a man and a woman descending on a platform lying together with sheets covering them (it is implied they had sex and we see their bare chests and arms)
A man kisses a woman’s chest and clothed breast, she pulls him off and says they should wait to have sex until they’re married
A man and a woman kiss and she says “No tongues”
A woman wears a skimpy nightgown (cleavage is visible) and dances seductively for a man
A woman kisses a man’s hand, then claps it to her clothed breast and makes a suggestive remark about them having sex
A woman accuses a man of bragging about having sex with her
A man leans in to kiss a woman and she stops him
In nearly every scene she appears, a woman wears a dress or nightgown that reveals significant cleavage
A man says to another man “Let me know if you need any help with the girls” (implying sex)
A woman comments on a man’s endowment
On two occasions, a woman misinterprets a man’s comments as sexual advances


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


This is a film similar to that of the previous perfume. The hero who persistently pursued medical research created a scientific freak who had been pieced together and raised it because of his paranoid pursuit. “Frankenstein” at first thought that the film title was a person who was persistent in pursuing science. Because of his excessive persistence, he became a Frankenstein. Later, after watching the film, he learned that the scientist (Vito) created a spliced Frankenstein. The more you look, the more you find out. In fact, the word “Frankenstein” is a pun. It not only describes the bizarre scientific product, but also the persistent scientist.

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