Softcore art-house film about a young woman's strange erotic journey from Milan to Minsk that George Costanza, Cosmo Kramer, Elaine Benes, and Jerry Seinfeld each wander into seperately when they lose track of each other at a movie theater in the episode "The Movie" of Seinfeld.

The film appears again in episode "The Smelly Car" when George returns a video tape of the film to a video store. It is while returning the tape that he runs into his ex-girlfriend Susan Ross and her lesbian lover.

The movie makes the leap to the stage in "The Stand-In" when Bette Midler is scheduled to play Rochelle in the Broadway musical production of Rochelle, Rochelle. However, George accidentally tackles her at a softball game, injuring her and forcing her stand in (and also Jerry's current girlfriend] to take the lead role. She is subsequently booed off the stage and the production closed soon after.

"Ohhh you made a long journey from Milan to Minsk,
Rochelle, Rochelle.
You never give up when you're in a pinsk,
Rochelle, Rochelle.

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