Wild OrchidApril 27, 1990
A woman lawyer becomes mesmerized by a self-made millionaire during an encounter in Rio setting off a series of erotic encounters.
Release Year: 1989
Rating: 4.1/10 (5,090 voted)
Stars: Mickey Rourke, Jacqueline Bisset, Carré Otis
Emily, a raw recruit to a law firm is sent to Brazil with Claudia to help finalise a real estate deal. Emily is innocent and vulnerable, and when she's left in Rio with Wheeler, a milionaire with an unusual outlook on life, Emily is shocked and intrigued by the sex antics to which she is exposed.
Writers: Patricia Louisianna Knop, Zalman King
Antonio Mario Silva Da Silva
Release Date: 27 April 1990
Filming Locations: Bahia, Brazil
Opening Weekend: $3,646,000
(29 April 1990)
Did You Know?
In a 2004 interview, Carré Otis denied the rumors that suggested the infamous last sex scene was real.
In the end, when Wheeler and Emily ride off on the Harley, Wheeler is wearing a leather vest in some shots, and a long sleeved leather jacket in others.
It must be jet lag. My emotions are getting the best of me.
Clever comment on Reaganism set in a galaxy of post-transformational liberalism.
Just kidding, I don't know what I'm talking about. You should see this
movie if you like:
3) Hot babes
4) Mickey Rourke
5) Carre Otis
6) Mickey Rourke and Carre Otis going at it for real
7) Perfume commercials
8) Directors trying to make their softcore porn look like art by
filming everything sensually and in slow motion, so the film appears to
be art-house and "visually stimulating"
9) Really, really, really bad dialogue
10) Lots of good banging and screwing without a plot
11) Mickey Rourke playing a total pimp (which is different than just
Mickey Rourke – I mean, there's Mickey Rourke, and then there's Mickey
Rourke the Pimp, which is even cooler).
12) Hot female characters who wear glasses and carry around clipboards
so the audience believes they are smart and successful businesswomen,
when in fact they'd have a hard time calculating 1 + 1. (Also see:
Alone in the Dark, Tara Reid's character; or Fantastic Four, Jessica
Alba's.) Highly recommended to the appropriate demographic.
I could kill myself for buying it.