Cecilia is a haughty aristocrat who likes to humiliate her servants. One day, her life changes completely as she is raped by three of her servants. The experience turns out to be an ...
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Cecilia is a haughty aristocrat who likes to humiliate her servants. One day, her life changes completely as she is raped by three of her servants. The experience turns out to be an enjoyable one as it turns Cecilia into sexually liberated woman. She convinces her husband that seeing other people will improve their relationship. But after a while, this erotic life seems to have a downside.Written by
Shortly after its completion, Aberraciones sexuales de una mujer casada (1981) was acquired by Eurociné who released the film in France. Eurociné had new scenes shot by Olivier Mathot who used the pseudonym 'Claude Plaut'. These new scenes where flashbacks set in Paris and featured Olivier Mathot as Cecilia's uncle. The title was also changed to Cecilia (1983) and is the more common version to find while the original Spanish version is more obscure. See more »
This fabulously frothy femme-fest couldn't be any more voluptuously vainglorious!
I certainly won't beat around the bush, as it's usually better to make a clean breast of such openly fleshly matters, so I'm finally coming clean about my zealous appreciation of this moderately maligned, fabulously muck-headed Franco classic. I have long been fervidly fixated with maestro Franco's lower budgeted, higher-fleshed, lower-browed, plentifully bushed 80s pink-centric celluloid confections, and this especially revealing expose of premature female emancipation is a garishly exotic delight of onanistic overkill and penetratingly hole-sum entertainment! And while some more pedantically-minded, pudenda-pounding pundits are often too 'hardon' Franco's glossy-eyed expose of a morally liberated middle-class mademoiselle, I found his sensational 'Cecilia' to be pinkly endowed with one of the sweetest openings I have ever seen in such a languorously exotic 'lotion picture'!
Sinful Franco's luridly investigatory camera penetratingly leaves little to the viewers imagination, as what lofty flight of far-flung fancy could ever really grope to match the perfectly pulchritudinous presence of that effortlessly enchanting, sinfully statuesque starlet Muriel Montossé? With his fabulously frothy femme-fest, recidivist flesh-addict Franco couldn't be any more voluptuously vainglorious! 'Cecilia' is seamily stimulating and pleasantly degrading at the same time, which is, quite frankly, far more movie entertainment than a nimble-wristed wretch such as I deserve.
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