Wild for Kicks (1960)

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An impetuous teenage girl, resentful of her father's new wife, tries to wreck the marriage regardless of the consequences.



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  • Christopher Lee and Gillian Hills in Wild for Kicks (1960)
  • Christopher Lee in Wild for Kicks (1960)
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  • Wild for Kicks (1960)
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19 June 2014 | andrabem-1
| A sexy rebel girl in pre-Beatles England
"Beat Girl" is a very entertaining exploitation film, but it also has a sociological value - it shows the growing rock scene in pre-Beatles England, as well as the growing youth rebellion. There are many rock songs inspired in the sounds that came across the Atlantic that serve to spice the film up, but above all "Beat Girl" tells the story of Jennifer and her gang and the way she tries to get what she wants. She dares and dares (Jennifer's no chicken), till one day she goes too far...

Jennifer has an understanding father whom she despises, a stepmother that she hates - excepting her gang, her rebellion is against all. Jennifer is sexy, charismatic and cynical, and the camera loves her, it's her film, and Gillian Hills is really something! "Beat Girl" is above all a good exploitation film. It shows scenes that were very daring for the time - Jennifer, the night clubs...

For those that like exploitation films and rock, "Beat Girl" is a real treat.

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