Two couples play a rollicking game of musical beds in this adult-oriented comedy drama. Elvira (Clare Wilbur) and Jack (Gerald Grant) are a happily married couple living on a comfortable European estate who have embraced bisexual swinging as a way of keeping their relationship interesting. The two have a standing contest in which they've established a point system for keeping track of each other's extramarital conquests; both are looking to pull into the lead when they meet an attractive young couple, Betsy (Lynn Lowry) and Eddie (Calvin Culver), with several different plans of seduction on their minds. Jack discretely pursues Eddie, while Elvira makes a play for both Betsy and a visiting repairman (Carl Parker). Directed by '60s softcore sophisticate Radley Metzger, Score was based on a successful off-Broadway play that originally featured Sylvester Stallone as the repairman. Score originally featured several brief hardcore scenes, but most existing prints are from an edited version Metzger is said to prefer. … More
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Critic Reviews for Score
Shot in location in Europe at a gorgeous little seaside village, Radley Metzger's stylish 1972 soft core erotica combines a playful cinematic style with a cool European sensibility.
Almost unquestionably the most transgressive of the director's soft-core films.
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