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Medieval soldier of fortune Ettore is travelling through Europe with his partners looking for fight where they can earn some money. When they come across a Spanish castle under siege by the... See full summary »
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A young girl called Claudia, flirts with two men, and at the same time, she is also having an affair with her step-mother who doles out her inheritance money from her dead father. Is she playing all three of them to get what she wants?
Francesca, a 17-year old school girl, has a vivid dream of making love to Enrico, a 37-year old divorced architect and family friend. She turns her dream into reality by meeting Enrico during a regular school day.
The son of a dead Italian nobleman and a wealthy American woman forgets the disappointment of finding he has no talent for being a painter by succumbing to the sexual advances of an amoral model who believes in indiscriminate love affairs.
I saw this film at the French Cinemathèque as part of a Lou Castel hommage, but was a bit disappointed by what first looked like sexy stuff from Italian exploitation movies. In fact, it is a very talkative and somewhat dull love triangle between a man, his wife and his best friend. Nothing much happens, except long talks in the man's bedroom, plus some additional scenes in a party where women play the guitar one after another. It could somehow relate to incommunicability as seen in Antonioni's movies, but really, that would be pushing it a little too far.
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