At a decadent 1930's party, two very sexy and utterly shameless young women, Nathalie (Veronique Catansaro) and Eiliane (Cornelia Wilms) make a bet with a rich and handsome young Baron to ... See full summary »

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Véronique Catanzaro ...
Nathalie
Patrick Guillemin ...
Baron Plessis du Regard
Marc Henry
Henri-Jacques Huet ...
M. Leroy-Murville
André Nader ...
Colonel Montvilliers
Sylvie Novak ...
Sophie
Katya Strambi
Cornélia Wilms ...
Eliane
Pierre Doris ...
Le valet
Carole Grove
Marie Jose Urbain
Kate Nelson
André Kay ...
(as André Vinouze)
Myriam Daujat
Annick Chatel
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At a decadent 1930's party, two very sexy and utterly shameless young women, Nathalie (Veronique Catansaro) and Eiliane (Cornelia Wilms) make a bet with a rich and handsome young Baron to corrupt two innocent teenagers in order to ruin their families' reputations. The prize on offer is marriage to the wealthy Baron. The innocent and beautiful Nathalie, the illegitimate child of an aristocrat, seeks revenge on her father, Leroy-Murville (Henri-Jacques Huet). She is hired as the private teacher of her half-sister, sexy Sophie (Katya Strambi), and revenge takes shape using the most depraved teaching methods. Meanwhile, the seductive Eliane sets out to corrupt the teenage son of Colonel Montvilliers (Andre Nader) using similarly perverse methods. Written by lament

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16 April 1986 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Dressage - Die Verführung der Unschuldigen  »

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Pretentious French soft porn, but well-made
30 July 2002 | by (Canterbury, England) – See all my reviews

The British genre press received this film with hostility when it came out on video in the mid 1990s. Why? This is undoubtedly an exploitation film, more precisely: soft pornography, but it does not fit easily into the usual subgenre classification Eurotrash fans come to expect. Although it is a sex comedy, it isn't one of those silly dim-witted sex comedies so frequently made in Italy, England and Germany in the 1970s. In particular, the film takes the eroticism more seriously than comedies normally do and shows even signs of pretentiousness [you can tell it is a French production], and it is particularly the latter aspect British genre critics seem to find hard to accept. Similarly, there are themes of revenge, humiliation, voyeurism, bondage - but these are treated in a semi-comical way, and the distinctly misogynist appetites harboured by the unpleasanter fans of sexploitation cinema remain unsatisfied.

Overall, this movie is a generally well-made soft porn flick (cinematography, acting, production values - all of good quality) that is less offensive, violent or silly than so many other products of the genre. Therefore, it should be watchable for a mainstream audience when in adventurous mood.


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