Cecilia is a haughty aristocrat who likes to humiliate her servants. One day, her life changes completely as she is raped by three of her servants. The experience turns out to be an ...
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Cecila is raped. She goes home and has sex with her husband. She confesses to him that she had enjoyed the rape and it had aroused her to have sex with him after a long period of marital ... See full summary »
Antonio de Cabo
A lonely aristocrat Miss Gray has a twin sister who's in an asylum. They share a strange bond. Miss Gray is rational but frigid while her sister is insane yet feels sexual pleasure for both... See full summary »
One hotel complex, two balconies opposite to each other, a lecherous voyeur searching for his next thrilling excitement and a shamelessly flamboyant sultry exhibitionist. Who is in control in this sensually alluring power game?
José Miguel García,
Mari Carmen G. Alonso
Cecilia is a haughty aristocrat who likes to humiliate her servants. One day, her life changes completely as she is raped by three of her servants. The experience turns out to be an enjoyable one as it turns Cecilia into sexually liberated woman. She convinces her husband that seeing other people will improve their relationship. But after a while, this erotic life seems to have a downside. Written by
Wonderfully shot and wrapped in a warm score by Daniel White, this Franco flick is a must see. Shot in Portugal, in a forest similar to the one adorning the family castle in VIRGIN AMONG THE LIVING DEAD, it has a timeless feel, and the theme, centering around "open sexuality" inside a couple, is universal.
It is basically the story of Cecilia (Muriel Montossé), an housewife raped by three greasy thugs. She ends up enjoying the assault and it opens new horizons for her. She convinces her husband that seeing other people will improve their relationship, and off they are ! Orgies, rituals and lots of erotic scenes captured by Franco's sensual zooms later, they start dealing with the downside of sleeping around...
The incredible settings - particularly a beautiful and impressive villa with a breathless view over the ocean - and laidback love scenes contribute in making this one pure eye candy. A floral theme serves as a transition between scenes, and the gorgeous and dense vegetation composes a truly dreamlike imagery.
Lina Romay briefly appears in a very funny role and the movie, overall, is a guilty pleasure, a pleasure that a newcomer could find questionable, but that the true Franco connaisseur will approve, and most of all share.
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