Saturday, April 5, 2014

SARA (1997): A Polish Nymphet's Unrequited Love

Sara (1997)

Here's the plot summary posted on IMDB for Sara (1997):

The forty-something Leon [Boguslaw Linda] who used to be with special forces is now an alcoholic after his wife left him. He gets a call to meet a mobster who's looking for a bodyguard. When he arrives the mobster refuses to hire him because he can tell he's an alcoholic, but when he saves his life a few minutes later, the gangster is very appreciative and gives Leon the job. He's not hired to protect the gangster, but the gangster's 16-year-old daughter, Sara [Agnieszka Wlodarczyk]. At first she is annoyed by him and is rebellious and won't cooperate with him, but when he saves her life and takes a bullet for her, she falls in love with him. She makes advances towards him telling him she wants him to be her man. Naturally he refuses her at first because he knows her father would kill him. Eventually he gives in and they become secret lovers. They're in love but how long can they continue their relationship before her father finds out? And what will he do when he finds out?

In The Allure of Nymphets, I wrote about what makes a man attractive to nymphets. The Polish film Sara (1997) is another reminder to ephebophiles that one of the best ways to increase a nymphet's attraction is to resist her initial advances. Leon repeatedly rejected Sara's advances until she literally begged him to take her. "Please," 16-year-old Sara said her middle-aged bodyguard, "I'll never do anything stupid. I'll only listen to you...I love you. I'll be with you forever. I'll have your children"

In contrast, her other bodyguard was too needy and unsurprisingly Sara rejected his advances. He said, "I know everything about you. I know how tall you are, how much you weigh, what your shoe size is, and your bra [size]...I even know when you have your period."

Note: Agnieszka Wlodarczyk was 16 when Sara was filmed. The age of consent in Poland is 15; however, Agnieszka's multiple nude scenes were (literally, but not figuratively) non-sexual.