A young beat imagines a story in which he is the protagonist: Pierre is an unsuccessful writer and lives with the money of his rich lover. One day, Pierre meets Miriam, a former lover and ...
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Writer Rick and his publisher Daniel Parks finally find the ideal location in Italy to shoot some photographs for Rick's Horror photo-novel when they come across an ideal spot. The ... See full summary »
A bourgeois family man falls in love with an unhinibited hippy girl. She just wants to have fun and enjoy a libertine lifestyle, makes him suffer, and gives herself to anybody but him. He ... See full summary »
A young girl, Erminia (Agostina Belli) marries a handsome and successful but brutish local butcher, Antonio (Gianni Macchia) at the behest of her countess stepmother, Giulia (Françoise ... See full summary »
Gothic lesbians prowl the corridors of a miserable little castle in Italy and fall prey to a deranged count with resplendent canine gnashers, a ghostly white complexion and the personality of Atilla the Hun.
Giacomo Rossi Stuart,
A young beat imagines a story in which he is the protagonist: Pierre is an unsuccessful writer and lives with the money of his rich lover. One day, Pierre meets Miriam, a former lover and currently a lover of the successful publisher Robin. The two go to Villa Smeralda; here, in agreement with the woman, Pierre calls Robin and tells him that Miriam is suffering from a serious illness. Robin rushes to Villa Smeralda, accompanied by an aspiring bizarre writer, Ariannino: while bending over Miriam, naked, Pierre takes photographs. After that, the latter blackmails the publisher: either publishes one of his novels, or advertises the photos. The villa then introduces a group of hippies who, after performing in orgies, leave one of them, Silvia. Silvia and Miriam reach the beach, where they enjoy equivocally. Meanwhile, Robin kills Pierre and Ariannino with gas. The two women return to the villa: Miriam throws herself from the balcony, while Silvia closes herself, in a kind of prison, with ...Written by