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The Young Tycoons





Johnny's comments:

The Unwanted is a drama where Carmilla (Christen Orr) lands on the doorstep of father Troy (William Katt) and his daughter Laura (Hannah Fierman) asking questions about the mother she never knew who apparently stayed at in the trailer on their land. Troy tells her that he has never heard of, but that is most definitely not true. While Carmilla waits for information about her mother's death, Laura decides to befriend Carmilla, much to the chagrin of her father who wants nothing to do with Carmilla, but he allows it as long as she believes his lies about Carmilla's mother. But, Laura works out that her now deceased mother had a relationship with Carmilla's mother and this leads to her pursuing Carmilla, but their relationship is unconventional, almost vampiric. As Laura and Carmilla become very close, Troy becomes more unhinged, spinning more lies about Carmilla's mother and attempting to find out more about their relationship and Troy will do anything to keep his daughter to himself.

OK drama that strangely minimises the vampire angle for some reason and turns it into a bizarre lust for blood. But apart from that, the movie is interesting enough to get by plus it has a bit of soft lesbian action which helps keep interest.

Hannah Fierman 1080hd film clip (collages below)

Lynn Talley 1080hd film clip (sample below)

The movies of 1997:


There’s not a lot of visible nudity in Nowhere (1997) but there are a large number of sexy women:

Beverly D'Angelo

Chiara Mastroianni

Christina Applegate

Debi Mazar - Chiara Mastroianni

Denise Richards - Teresa Hill

Devon Odessa - Staci Keanan

Heather Graham

Jordan Ladd

Kathleen Robertson

Rachel True

Sarah Lassez

A couple not identified

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