Blue L'Orchidee Sauvage 2 / Wild Orchid 2: Blue Movie Blue ( Wild Orchid II: Two Shades of Blue ) [ Origine Italienne, Sans Langue Francaise ]
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Italie Edition, PAL/Region 2 DVD: SON: Anglais ( Dolby Digital Stereo ), Italien ( Mono ), Anglais ( Sous-titres ), Italien ( Sous-titres ), SUPPLEMENTS: Accès De Scène, Menu Interactif, SYNOPSIS: Blue is a teenage girl who lives with her Jazz playing father Ham. Ham gets very sick and dies, and now Blue must support herself somehow. Elle, the headmistress at a brothel, talks her into living and working at her establishment. She decides to leave the business and lead a normal life. Elle is hellbent to see that she never has one. ...Blue L'Orchidee Sauvage 2 / Wild Orchid II: Two Shades of Blue ( Wild Orchid 2: Blue Movie Blue (Wild Orchid 2: 2 Shades of Blue) )
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Wild Orchid 2 is about a girl who joins a bordello after the death of her jazz musician father. As Blue, she can be anyone her clients pay her to be and she feels nothing, almost as if she is a doll. But when one of her young clients begins to see through her facade and sees the woman beneath the blank exterior, she finds herself falling in love as well but the danger of escaping the life she has gotten into may be too great a risk.
While not a openly sexual as the previous entry, WO 2 is nicely shot and very richly colored. The setting has changed as well; it's now 1958 in the South. I've never seen the unrated cut but this isn't too shabby.
Reviews here talk about a missing "full frontal" scene of Blue (Siemaszko). The scene I remembered was actually a little shy of "full" in that the character crossed her hands in front of herself when fully disrobed... a small, modest gesture that made perfect sense for the character. Surely, I thought, if there was more to the scene than that, I wouldn't miss it, so I ordered the DVD.
But when the reviews here say the scene is missing, they mean the WHOLE SCENE... and it actually is a scene that plays an important part in setting up the characters of Blue and Elle (Wendy Hughes). If you've seen the unrated version, you're no doubt familiar with it. Blue is standing before Elle, and Elle tells Blue to take off her clothes. Blue ignores the request while Elle goes through a short monologue about "her girls." Finally Elle tires of Blue's disobedience and decides that Blue has changed her mind, and summons another woman to see her out. Blue says she hasn't changed her mind. A few more lines of dialog from Elle, and SNIP! The censor's scissors cut out the scene where Blue allows herself to be undressed by the other woman.
The missing scene, while somewhat erotic, also establishes Elle's power and manipulation. The message is clear: Elle gets what she wants. Nobody says no to Elle.
There are some other scenes that do have full frontal nudity intact, such as when Elle is looking for a body double for Blue later in the film and three women stand before her, fully disrobed. The scene that was cut was less explicit in content, but more important to the film.
Okay, so it's not Citizen Kane. Still, it's annoying to see arbitrary chops like this in a film. Please, people, if you're going to bother transferring a movie to DVD, have the sense to leave it intact.