Mano Destra

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Mano Destra is a lesbian art film by the Swiss filmmaker Cleo Übelmann, released in 1986. In black and white, Mano Destra (Italian for "right hand") is a study of erotic objectification which depicts one woman tying up another woman in a lengthy act of consensual bondage. Made in Switzerland, the film is 53 minutes long.

Images from the film were later published in 1988 as part of a book, The Dominas - Mano Destra by the Cleo Uebelmann-Group.

Further reading[edit]

  • Cherry Smyth. The Pleasure Threshold: Looking at Lesbian Pornography on Film. Feminist Review, No. 34, Perverse Politics: Lesbian Issues (Spring, 1990), pp. 152–159 doi:10.2307/1395314

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