Sunday, October 12, 2014

HET DEBUUT (1977): The Choice Between Nymphet and Wife



We can thank feminist for the rise in the age of consent and the fall of polygamy, which is really disarming when one considers that the only thing that an ephebophile likes more than a nymphet is a bevy of two or more nymphets. Het debuut (1977) [English: The Debut] is a film from the Netherlands that exemplifies the dilemma that married ephebophiles must face.

In the film, in typical fashion, 14-year-old buxom blond Carolien (16-year-old Marina de Graaf) initiated an age-gap relationship with Hugo (Gerard Cox), a 41-year-old friend of the family. She even left a door ajar at her high school so that she and Hugo could make-out, top-less, on the dark gym's wrestling mat while Hugo's wife sipped on black tea back at his apartment. 

After sneaking around from hotel to hotel and after losing her virginity, Carolien abruptly ended the relationship due to jealousy. That forced Hugo to choose between his nymphet and his newly pregnant wife. Since polygamy wasn't an option, despite being very distraught at the thought of losing his nymphet, Hugo begrudgingly decided to stay with his wife which led to a suicide attempt by Carolien.