BLUE PARADISE starts off in the beginning of time when God created Earth and the heavens. Adam, a young man born from a life-sized cocoon, spends his days yearning for a mate to share his time with. He creates a statuesque figure of a woman made with beach sand, but when rain pours onto his creation it reveals a woman underneath (!!!). Don’t ask. This is of course, Eve. In a nutshell, she is tempted to eat the forbidden fruit because “she wants a change”, from here on out our duo are thrust into obstacle after obstacle facing natural disasters, badly animated boulders, pteradactyls, and even a savage tribe of flesh-eating cavemen! For a film of it’s type BLUE PARADISE is rather tame. There’s a bit of violence here and there, but that isn’t the main focus like so many of these 70s/80s Italian exploitation films. A rather wild experience it is, far ahead of it’s time with good direction, tolerable acting, fantastic music, plenty of bright, colorful characters, quirky situations, and quite a bit of comedy thrown in as well – Eve nagging and complaining, the stock footage, the “boulder” scene – LOL! Worth a look for fans of the psychotronic and unusual.