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Les folies d'Élodie (1981)

Tells the tale of sexual encounters of one woman and several friends, family members and acquaintances, as seen (and told) from the perspective of a pair of satin blue panties.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Marcha Grant ... Elodie / Wife
André Génovès ... Edouard / Artist
Caroline Aguilar ... Rose / Maid
Bruno de Stabenrath ... Philippe / Solange's son / Corinne's husband (as Bruno Du Louvat)
Charlotte Walior ... Corinne / Elodie's daughter,
Yves Massard ... Georges / Elodie's Husband
Denyse Roland ... Solange / Elodie's friend
Gérard Croce ... Le prêtre / The priest
Sylvane Sannoy ... La grand-mère / Grandmother
Daniel Beretta ... Paul / le voisin-the neighbor
... Juliette / la propriétaire de la boutique 'Les folies' - the owner of the shop 'Les follies'
Julie Margo ... La fiancée de Paul / Paul's fiancee
Henri Czarniak ... Tarzan
Pierre Bonzans ... François
Gérard Touroul ... Jean-Claudes


A tale of sexual encounters of a woman and several female friends, family members and acquaintances, as seen (and told) from the perspective of a pair of satin blue panties. Elodie, 35-year-old sex addict woman with a 17 year old daughter goes past a shop and falls under the spell of a blue satin panties and buys them. As fascinated by the garment, she never leaves them. One day, however, she forgets them in one of her lovers. When she finally gets them back, she decides to lend it to her other friends. Tired of overly conventional relations with her husband George, she multiplies lovers and discoveries of particular pleasures. She will also introduce her maid Rose to these games, before giving herself to her 17-year-old godson and son in-law as a birthday present. Written by lament

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12 August 1981 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Naughty Blue Knickers  »

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Typical '70's European soft-core
17 August 2000 | by See all my reviews

I saw a version on cable with (apparently) 8 minutes cut out. I hate censored films. How do I really know how good or bad this film was? What I saw was typical '70's European soft-core. I like the fact that they used to film realistic looking women, rather than the freakish silicone monsters of today. For what it was, this film wasn't bad. (As far as I know!)

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