Lena, the operator of a lingerie shop where she models the merchandise for some of her male customers in order to make a sale, is approached by a mysterious woman, Karine Delacroix, the day following a wild night of sex with one of those male customers, Étienne. The woman offers her a large sum of money to engage in sex at her home that evening. A chauffeur arrives at closing time to drive her to the appointment, and Lena "pumps" him unsuccessfully for information about his employer. Arriving at Karine's home she's met by two large black male servants who've been instructed to "give her a try", by force if necessary. Her hostess watches from a distance. Afterwards, Karine discloses that Étienne is her estranged husband, and she wants Lena to help her win him back by teaching her to be the kind of slut Étienne seems to prefer. The tutoring begins immediately as Lena and Karine make love on the sofa, joined eventually by Karine's young maid, Jung, who appears wearing a strap-on. From ... Written by
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In 1976, for the first time since the German occupation, a French film was seized and its original negative burnt (though there are reports of video copies surfacing in the 1980s). The film was denounced on 15 October 1976 by two major family associations (for its apology of vice) and condemned to be burnt on the following day. According to the "specialists" at the time, this film did not present more obscenity and bad taste than the films of the same kind. But for the plaintiffs, it was a question of making an example, and they made a martyr of it. See more
Oh! What are you doing there? I'm sorry if I kept you waiting.
It had its advantages.
Were you there the whole time?
Yes, I stood behind the curtain and watched you.
Edited into L'odyssée de l'extase