is this what bothers you so much? the "eff" word!! , this movie should be R3 and the eff word has the least to do with it , i can't believe how much crap is there, this is destroying the society, demoralizing people's conscience , putting make up to an ugly hideous adulterous couple who make fun of their spouses , disrespecting them in the most despicable ways, no wonder why so much adultery is committed these days, actually i wanted to puke watching this movie...
Can I get you some Pepto-Bismol?
I'm rather late on this, I'm afraid, but here goes anyway....
I first saw this film on TV in the States in 1982 and the "hard on" statement and the F word were certainly not included. I next saw it back home in the UK when the former was but the latter (still) wasn't. I've seen it many times since but still no F word. Not that I'm an F word fanatic or anything like that; I'm just surprised that it was included in this type of film in the first place. Was it really or is it a case of mis-hearing?
Better later than never-er!
The word was really there, and – in my opinion, at least – it was completely unnecessary. I'm no prude, or at least not a total prude, but the word still makes me cringe when used gratuitously, which I believe it was here. Of course, that word was exactly what the characters were doing in this film, and it wasn't necessary to show that either (which they didn't).