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Credited cast:
Jacques Brel ...
Georges Dormond - un aspirant dégradé
Marthe de Boismenil
Françoise Prévost ...
La comtesse Germaine de Boismenil
Catherine Rouvel ...
Paul Le Person ...
Pascal Mazzotti ...
Armand Dubois - un entomologiste
Maria Michi ...
Hortense Dubois - la femme d'Armand
Gérard Bernard ...
Pippo Merisi ...
Le marchand de vins
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yves Brainville ...


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16 December 1970 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Il fascino sottile della perversione  »

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Based on the novel Mont-Dragon written by Robert Margerit. See more »

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Deserves to be part of the bottom 100 of FRench movies.
30 December 2003 | by See all my reviews

If we needed a proof that Jacques Brel's choices as an actor did not match his unquestionable talents as a singer-songwriter, we would have to take "Mont-Dragon":it really stinks,it sucks ,one of the worst and most despicable French movies ever made.Jean Valère the director wanted to shock deeply his audience ,he only succeeds in making himself a laughing stock.With such a screenplay which includes S/M,voyeurism,fetishism ,lesbianism,it would have taken Luis Bunuel's genius ("Belle de Jour" "journal d"une femme de chambre")to pull it off :alas ,Valere is an absolute nonentity and even if Brel tries his best to look perverse and cynical,he 's sadly unsupported by the rest of the cast (two good actors ,Catherine Rouv el and Paul Le Person are wasted and even hold up to ridicule) ,particularly the young man who plays a caricature of a student circa 1968 and the Lady who sleeps with her chamber maid.

The movie could appeal to horses lovers;these noble animals steal the show.

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