Loredana is a schoolgirl who takes advantage of her fellow students and teachers by using her innocent schoolgirl beauty. After she loses her virginity to an older man she soon realizes there are more important things to life than teasing me.
La liceale (internationally released as The Teasers, Under-graduate Girls, Sophomore Swingers and Teasers) is a 1975 commedia sexy all’italiana directed by Michele Massimo Tarantini. The film is considered the real breakout title for Gloria Guida and generated a “Liceale” film-series which consists of five titles, four of them starred by the same Guida. It was followed by La liceale nella classe dei ripetenti.
Gloria Guida shows a lot right from the credits.
This one is the story of how Loredana (Gloria Guida) loses her virginity. The top contender for the deflowering is a student that pretends to be a painter long enough to get one of his classmates naked, and then he tries to jump her. He never has a chance with Gloria. Then a new student from America joins the class, dark, handsome, and enraptured by Gloria. (Hey, I would have been too). She is interested, but in two attempts, things don’t go smoothly. The first time, she panics, and the second, they are rudely interrupted. Finally, she meets a debonair business associate of her father, and he is happy to rid her of her maidenhead, but balks at a relationship. Meanwhile, the young man is still pursuing her.
La liceale is the first films of Michel Massimo Tarantini. Alvaro Vitali has got a surprisingly large but unusual role. It seems that here, he’s still the same simpleton who’s not very lucky with the opposite sex. Sometimes he only remains licking his lips, posing silly faces and giving the class a laugh.
Gianfranco D’Angelo has the role of a substitute teacher who teaches history. He likes good manners, and is generally too “right.” This once again gives his eerie grin reaction over how Loreanda spreads her legs to show her panties that much more eerie. But he is not so simple (and an apparent master of martial arts).