Recommended For Rental L'Amour de Femme stars the buxom blonde Malta as Suzanne, the artist lesbian. Malta was an early participant in sexploitation flicks, appearing in Street of a Thousand Pleasures, Oddly Coupled, Spread It Around, and The Family, to name a few. You don't find her in films after 1970. Malta only went by the single name, like Madonna, and never did any hardcore films. While the bulk of early 70's adult films had some sort of socially redeeming plot line, Nick Philips films had a plot line that was more relevant to the changing mores of the times. This film addresses some of the changing attitudes toward different emerging lifestyles. The literal translation of the film's title, "L'Amour de Femme" would be "The Love of a Woman." The film centers on Lenore and Suzanne, two lovers who get caught up in a bizarre love triangle. Throw in a sub-plot about a confused lesbian virgin, Kiki, a shocking, for the time, glimpse into male homosexuality, and the jealousies that arise from certain situations, and you have Nick at his best.