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Fuego (1969)/The Female: Seventy Times Seven [DVD](1962) DVD
A steamy double bill of South American '70s softcore classics. First, in "Fuego," sultry Isabel Sarli stars as a village sexpot who plays with the town's men like they were toys, until one day when a love-starved man persuades her to marry him. Her games of passion, however, don't end. Then, acclaimed director Leopoldo Torre Nilsson ("The House of the Angel") had 1962's "The Female: Seven Times Seven" starring Isabel Sarli re-edited with more erotic sequences when it arrived in America six years later. The result is a torrid, whacked-out tale with Sarli as a hooker who recalls her life and loves with two men. With Francisco Rabal. 173 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English (dubbed) Dolby Digital mono; theatrical trailers; art gallery; r

Camila [DVD](1984) DVD
In 1840s Argentina, a young socialite falls in love with a Jesuit priest. The pair secretly marry and run away to start a new life together, but their identities are uncovered and they are eventually condemned to death for "sacrilege." Based on a true story, director Maria Luisa Bemberg's controversial, emotional tale of doomed love stars Susu Pecoraro, Imanol Arias. 105 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: Spanish Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English; biographies; photo gallery; theatrical trailer. In Spanish with English subtitles.

Eva Peron [DVD](1996) DVD
Riveting docudrama relays the story of the struggling actress who would become one of the most significant figures in Argentina's history. From the moment she married President Juan Peron to her untimely death at the age of 33, Eva "Evita" Peron established herself as a powerful political force and a champion for the Argentine underclass. Esther Goris, Victor Laplace, Christina Banegas star. AKA: "Eva Peron: The True Story." 114 min. Standard; Soundtrack: Spanish; Subtitles: English. In Spanish with English subtitles.