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1970's Castaway Film about a Family living on an island

The  film is about a family of three on an island. Parents are biologists and life is good until the son reaches puberty. He has not outlet for his sexual desires and eventually make demands on his mother leading to the destruction of their home which they've built over many years
asked Mar 28, 2016 in Name That Movie by Centrifugal48 (7 points)

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answered Mar 28, 2016 by VHS_Lives (11,118 points)
selected Mar 28, 2016 by Centrifugal48
Thank you very .uch. I saw the film in Peru in the seventies and thought it so good I  went back to see jt a second time az you did in those days. By today's standards maybe it's not that good but at least I  can reappraise 40 years on. You're made my day.