Luis, an aging Falangist author with guilty conscious, is writing fake memoirs. Two reporters, his niece Mariana and her lesbian friend Elmyr, arrive to do a piece on him. While fact-checking his memoirs Mariana becomes attracted to him.
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This film, aka "My nights with Messalina" (Funny that the alternative title isn´t listed here) is a stupid little romp, and quite good at it too. It´s a shameless piece of trash with bits and pieces from some, to me unknown (much more expensive) film. Actors in crappy wigs run around crappy sets and have lots of soft core sex inbetween answering the phone (in ancient rome?!?!) and playing the guitar (in ancient rome?!?!) or buying copies of the roman edition of the parisian herald (for the love of god!!!!!!!) This may not be Caligula but it doesn´t really think it is anyway... But hey, Ajita Wilson is in it (she looks drunk at times). You can get yourself an english language version from somewhere in Finland if you´re lucky!
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