Severine is a beautiful young woman married to a doctor. She loves her husband dearly, but cannot bring herself to be physically intimate with him. She indulges instead in vivid, kinky, erotic fantasies to entertain her sexual desires. Eventually she becomes a prostitute, working in a brothel in the afternoons while remaining chaste in her marriage. Written by
James Meek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Luis Bunuel's Masterpiece of Erotica!
Did You Know?
When the Duke (Georges Marchal) arrives by carriage at the outdoor cafe, he pauses beside a table at which Luis Bunuel and another man are sipping coffee. See more
When Severine goes to Duke's house to participate in a ceremony she is wearing a brown coat. When Majordomo kicks her out in the street later, he throws her completely different black cloak. See more
I have an idea. Would you like to be called "Belle de Jour"?
Belle de Jour?
Since you only come in the afternoons.
If you wish.
Referenced in There's Nothing Out There