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Bacchanales sexuelles (1974)

Tout le monde il en a deux (original title)
Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 4 August 1974 (France)
Valerie, a beautiful young girl, watches over her cousin's place while he is away for six months. Not one to take advantage of her new "digs", she spends her first night there reading, ... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
Joëlle Coeur ...
Valérie
Marie-France Morel ...
Sophie
Brigitte Borghese ...
Malvina (as Britt Anders)
Annie Belle ...
Brigitte (as Annie Brilland)
Jean-Paul Hazy ...
Paul
Agnès Lemercier ...
Jenny - maid (as Jenny Trochu)
Catherine Castel ...
Une souris
Marie-Pierre Castel ...
Une souris
Virgina Loup ...
Catarina - a maid
Marcel Richard ...
Karl
Minia Malove ...
Frida
Alain Bastin ...
Fred
Willy Braque
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Walden Desforets ...
Club member
Jean Dorlegeant ...
Club member
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Valerie, a beautiful young girl, watches over her cousin's place while he is away for six months. Not one to take advantage of her new "digs", she spends her first night there reading, playing records and. calling her girlfriend Sophie over for some hot lesbian sex! Later that night, members of a crazed sex cult break in and mistakenly kidnap Sophie. It seems Valerie's cousin, a member of this cult, has some incriminating photos and the leader wants to ruin his life. Realizing the mistake, the cult leader sends over a sultry French maid to seduce and kidnap Valerie (only AFTER some steamy sex, of course). Once the kidnapping plot is uncovered, Valerie and Sophie's horny friend Fred head over to the cult's mansion stronghold to put a stop to all this madness! Written by Ørnås

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When Joëlle Coeur first walks into the apartment, a poster for Jean Rollin's earlier The Nude Vampire (1970) is visible on the wall. See more »

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References The Shiver of the Vampires (1971) See more »

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16 June 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Bacchanales sexuelles (1974)

* 1/2 (out of 4)

Softcore sexploitation film from France has a young girl named Valerie (Joelle Coeur) watching her cousin's home for six months while he is away on a trip. The first night there she gets bored so she invites her girlfriend Sophie (Mari-France Morel) over for some lesbian sex but in the middle of the night Sophie is kidnapped and taken away by a sex crazed cult. There's really not much of a story here, although, to be honest, not many of the director's films feature any type of story. It's rather strange seeing Rollin do a film like this that features the normal lesbian sex without any vampires but later in his career he would start doing hardcore porn but I haven't watched any of those films yet. The biggest problem is that this movie is simply here to show off nudity, which is does quite a bit with the beautiful French actresses but sadly the film runs 101-minutes, which is about thirty-minutes too long. It's funny but the American release cut thirty-minutes worth of footage but the Synapse DVD is the uncut French version. The first lesbian scene is pretty hot but everything goes downhill after this. The story really doesn't make too much sense and even the sex scenes grow tiresome after a while.


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