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Justine, a stripper who works in Robert's Night, is in love with Chris, a singer-songwriter who performs in the club. The girl, suffering from nymphomania, does not disdain amorous meetings of another kind. Chris is irritated by his lover's escapades, and he abandons himself to alcohol, while Robert, also in love with Justine, dismisses him because of his unstable conduct.Written by
Despite being first billed in the credits, Alice Arno does not even appear in this movie. This fake credit frequently leads to confusion between this film and Claude Pierson's non-porn Justine de Sade (1972), starring Arno, to which this film has no relation whatsoever, and is definitely not a hardcore re-edit of. See more »
Alice Arno who played Justine in "Justine de Sade" from 1972 is credited for not playing any part in this film. See more »
A real bastard of a movie with Jess Franco and Joe D'Amato sharing directing credit. In 1975 Franco started shooting a version of de Sade's Justine, which was to be a remake of his 1968 film. The production ran out of money with only a handful of scenes shot so the production company brought in D'Amato to edit together this footage with two other Franco films (Midnight Party and Shining Sex). The end result is a real mixed bag because it really doesn't work as a film but it does work as a "greatest hits" of various sex scenes with Lina Romay. Romay was certainly in her prime while these three films were shot so she's easy on the eyes and Franco, as usual, captures her sexual nature quite well making for some very erotic scenes. D'Amato added a music score from his Black Emanuelle films, which was a nice touch.
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