The Conviction (1991)
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A girl and her art professor get trapped inside a castle-museum after it closes at night. After a little resistance she agrees to have sex with him, but then she sues the professor for rape. The professor will have to prove his innocence.
In Italy, the student Sandra Celestini is visiting a museum in a castle with her class led by the architect Lorenzo Colajanni. Sandra distracts and finds locked alone into the castle and soon she stumbles upon Lorenzo. Out of the blue, they spend the night having sex in different positions. In the morning, she learns that Lorenzo has the key and they could have left the castle. Soon Sandra accuses Lorenzo of rape and sues him. He is sentenced guilt and sent to prison. The prosecutor Giovanni is not capable to give orgasm to his wife Monica and visits Lorenzo in the prison to learn how to proceed to give pleasure and satisfy his woman.
A young woman stays in a museum at closing time, perhaps distracted, perhaps on purpose. A stranger also stays and forces himself on her. After a time, she becomes a willing partner, achieving orgasm, rare for her. At dawn, she learns he has keys to the doors, so she charges rape. At trial, he claims her ultimate willingness and his lack of violence mean it was not rape. She testifies against him, yet it also seems she has joined a chorus of women at the trial who respond to his power and ability to release trapped beauty. One such woman is the prosecutor's companion, causing a crisis in their relationship. What is it women want? When can a man use his power? Is virility criminal?
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