The Devil in Miss Jones
The Devil in Miss Jones is a 1973 pornographic film, written, directed and produced by Gerard Damiano and starring Georgina Spelvin and Harry Reems. It is widely regarded as a classic adult film, released during the Golden Age of Porn (1969–1984). After his 1972 success with Deep Throat, Damiano shot the film in a converted apple-packing plant in Milanville, Pennsylvania. Along with Deep Throat and Behind the Green Door, the film is associated with a time in American culture known as "porno chic", in which adult erotic films were just beginning to be widely released, publicly discussed by celebrities (like Johnny Carson and Bob Hope) and taken seriously by film critics (like Roger Ebert). The film's plot was inspired by the 1944 play No Exit by French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre. The Devil in Miss Jones went on to spawn numerous remakes and sequels.
Justine Jones, a lonely and depressed spinster, decides that suicide is the only way out of her routinely dull existence. She slits her wrists with a shaving blade while bathing, and dies.
|keywords||angel bath confine fly force group sex heaven hell horrify impotence impotent in hell limbo lust new life only way sex addict shave spinster suicide threesome|
|producer||Gerard Damiano Harry Reems|
|publisher||MB Productions VCX Ltd.|