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1940 France just before the great invasion. Eliane is a pharmacist who is married to her dull husband and has a teenage daughter. Eliane is an attractive woman who has let her passion fall dormant. One evening, the pharmacy clerk makes a pass at her when he thinks she is another girl. Soon she lets the passion overtake her and she soon becomes his sex slave.Written by
Nolan Price <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Italian censorship visa #68163 delivered on 26-3-1976. See more »
[crowd cheers a parade of departing troops]
Bon voyage! Viva la France!
[makes obscene gesture to soldier]
[turns to a laughing Juliette and playfully slaps her behind]
Don't touch, draft dodger.
In five minutes, I see you in the back.
If you're lucky, big boy.
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It's been many years since I saw " Scandalo ", twice in one week in 1977 in a Sydney art house cinema where it ran for many weeks. Not big audiences but obviously one of those word-of-mouth movies that needs time to attract audiences. I don't recall the political or philosophical content but what stays vivid is the daring performance of Lisa Gastoni and her completely naked walk at night in the village. Brave stuff and very erotic. The music and photography were the other aspects I remember vividly, the crazily inventive movement and lighting of the great Vittorio Storaro and a music score that was equally atmospheric and memorable.
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