Description: When the Swedish-Danish film I, a Woman was released to theaters in 1965, it shocked audiences around the world with its frank depiction of female sexuality, swiftly becoming one of the most financially successful erotic dramas of the time. Spawning countless imitations, new digital restorations of the two official sequels — I, a Woman Part II and The Daughter, I a Woman Part III — are now available in this Blu-ray double-feature from Pop Cinema and Something Weird Video.
I, a Woman Part II (1968)
Synopsis: Tormented by her loveless marriage to a depraved antique dealer, sensualist Siv seeks consolation in a series of sexual encounters before uncovering her husband s dark secret. Starring Gio Petré, Lars Lunøe, Hjördis Petterson, Bertel Lauring, and Klaus Pagh.
The Daughter: I, A Woman Part II (1970)
Synopsis: Copenhagen’s decadent nightlife is the setting for this sumptuous tale of sexual awakening in which Siv s daughter Birthe is torn between her feelings for an ambitious young African American doctor and his uninhibited sister. Starring Gunbritt Öhrström, Inger Sundh, Klaus Pagh, Ellen Faison, Tom Scott, and Søren Strømberg.
- Special Features and Technical Specs: • NEW HIGH-DEFINITION REMASTERS OF BOTH FILMS
- Audio commentary by critic Tim Lucas
- Theatrical trailer: I, a Woman Part II
- Outtake: I, a Woman Part II
- Racy Reels Vol. 1 and Racy Reels Vol. 2 promo reels
- Illustrated booklet featuring new essay by film critic Tim Lucas and liner notes