The Dark Side of Tomorrow
|The Dark Side of Tomorrow|
|Directed by||Barbara Peeters
|Produced by||David Novik|
The Dark Side of Tomorrow is a 1970 film about two bored housewives who start to sleep with each other. One of them decides to become involved with a young man.
It was re-released in 1975 as Just the Two of Us.
- Elizabeth Plumb as Denise
- Alicia Courtney as Adria
- John Aprea as Jim
- Marland Proctor as Casey
- Wayne Want as David
The film was financed by an Israeli investor who wanted an X-rated sex film. Barbara Peeters changed this to be about a lesbian relationship. She feels the fact it was from a female director was significant. "If you are going to involve yourself in subjects that heretofore have been taboo, the first moves in that direction should be as close to reality as possible," she said.
- A Woman's Place Is in... Exploitation Films?: A Trend-Setter in the Youth Market Women in Exploitation Films Gross, Linda. Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 12 Feb 1978: p34.
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