Cinema: The New Pictures, Nov. 17, 1958

The Night Heaven Fell (Raoul J. Levy; Kingsley International). "Is it fun to make love?" the foxy little doxy inquires as she hip-flips up to the camera and (as the French say) "makes the lip." Since the girl is played by Brigitte Bardot, she obviously has no trouble getting all sorts of answers to her question.

The first answer is very French but not much fun. Brigitte's uncle, a not-too-old goat of a Spanish nobleman, tries to horn in on her afternoon nap, and only the fortunate interruption of a passing prelate...

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