My First Sin
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|Szilvásy, Nándor||A1 1 Sheet (cca. 55 x 84 cm)|
|1979||Very good, 3 strong horizontal and one vertical fold marks, creases and tears along the border, small holes along the folds.|
Drawing-like composition by Nándor Szilvásy for a 1977 Spanish movie, My First Sin (original title: Mi primer pecado) directed by Manuel Summers.
In this Spanish comedy, some lads, whose job is to assist their parish priest, plant a tape recorder in their priest's confessional box and record the exciting sexual revelations which take place there. They then take these recordings up to the belfry and listen to them with their pals while reading girlie magazines and masturbating. The juiciest confession comes from a go-go dancer, whom they are inspired to track down. After a number of humorous incidents expressive of the boys' juvenile lust and jealousy, Curro (Francisco Summers) displaces the dancer's married lover and becomes her boyfriend.