Cecila is raped. She goes home and has sex with her husband. She confesses to him that she had enjoyed the rape and it had aroused her to have sex with him after a long period of marital ... See full summary »
Antonio de Cabo
An eccentric woman, Wanda, lives in a strange house with her impotent husband Peter, a sickly aristocrat without will. Using his accomplices, the ambitious Tara and Mauro, they attracts ... See full summary »
One hotel complex, two balconies opposite to each other, a lecherous voyeur searching for his next thrilling excitement and a shamelessly flamboyant sultry exhibitionist. Who is in control in this sensually alluring power game?
José Miguel García,
Mari Carmen G. Alonso
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 ... See full summary »
Antonio de Cabo
Lina Romay plays a lonely woman who spies on a couple having sex in the room next to hers. Soon Romay builds up the courage to join them and soon finds herself with another couple who begin teaching her other sexual acts. Franco would remake this film three years later in El Miron y la exhibicionista and I think that film works a lot better than this one. In that movie you had a man spying on Romay and another woman as they had sex so the stories are pretty familiar but the remake was a lot better made and featured a brilliant movie score to spice up the action. That film there was also hardcore while this one here features one oral sex scene and everything else is softcore. This film here is really hampered by an extremely low budget, horrible editing and an overall ugly look. The spying scenes here are poorly filmed and they're never erotic and become quite boring very quickly. I had to view this film in Spanish without English subtitles so I'm sure I missed out on a lot of the stuff dealing with Romay and her two new sexual partners because there's a lot of dialogue in these scenes. The movie remains mildly interesting throughout its 80-minute running time and Romay offers up a decent performance but I'd recommend the remake over this one.
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