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Scotland Yard Inspector Robert Smith (Terence Edmond) and his horny underling Sergeant Plinth (co- writer Michael Armstrong) are on the case, working alongside Judy Martin (Diane Keen), a fetching insurance claims agent whoand I'm not making this upis also a black belt in karate.

In an attempt to catch the crook, they sell a fake diamond necklace at Sotheby's, with Judy posing as the buyer.

For more about The Sex Thief and the The Sex Thief Blu-ray release, see the The Sex Thief Blu-ray Review published by There's nothing quite like a bawdy low-budget 1970's British sex comedy.

More cheeky than explicit, goofy with innuendo-laced humor, and filled with comely birds baring (nearly) all, the genre seems quaint and almost innocent now, when the most disturbing pornography imaginable is but a few keystrokes and mouse-clicks away. Yes, they're typically male fantasies that feel baldly misogynistic today, and sure, they're hokey and about as far from genuinely erotic as you can get.

I've always thought he looks a bit like he could be Russell Brand's father.

I do have to say I kind of love the film's music, which is a mix of the stereotypically 1970s bow-chick-a-bow-wow porno fare with very British, very twee instrumentationflutes and quietly strummed guitars and pitter- patter drums. It's hard to believe the guy who directed The Sex Thief is now best known for helming Casino Royale, but hey, everyone has to get their start somewhere.

Martin Campbell's first film is a cheekyand I mean literally cheekyromp, a sex comedy with more awkward, ridiculously unrealistic guy-on-girl flopping than Showgirls.

The main boon of Kino-Lorber's "raw" approach is that the picture looks completely natural and true-to-sourceno digital noise reduction or edge enhancement herealmost as if you were watching the film in some dingy grindhouse theater.

Watch that spot on the floor; I wouldn't step there if I were you.

I've always thought he looks a bit like he could be Russell Brand's father.I do have to say I kind of love the film's music, which is a mix of the stereotypically 1970s bow-chick-a-bow-wow porno fare with very British, very twee instrumentationflutes and quietly strummed guitars and pitter- patter drums. It's hard to believe the guy who directed The Sex Thief is now best known for helming Casino Royale, but hey, everyone has to get their start somewhere.Martin Campbell's first film is a cheekyand I mean literally cheekyromp, a sex comedy with more awkward, ridiculously unrealistic guy-on-girl flopping than Showgirls.The main boon of Kino-Lorber's "raw" approach is that the picture looks completely natural and true-to-sourceno digital noise reduction or edge enhancement herealmost as if you were watching the film in some dingy grindhouse theater.Watch that spot on the floor; I wouldn't step there if I were you.If nothing else, the film is a potent reminder that in the movie business, everyone has to start somewhere.