Patrizia and Roberto, theatrical actors and spouses, after having stayed at the Play Motel, accidentally find a body in the trunk of their car. They leave the car at the scene and go to call the police, and when they arrive, they discover with amazement the removal of the body, which is then found in a completely different place: the police then discover that it was Maria Luisa Longhi, wife of Commendator Rinaldo Cortesi. At the request in particular of Patrizia, the two spouses improvise as investigators to help the police solve the case.
"Play Motel" is a very sleazy giallo a good thriller with generous doses of sex.
"Play Motel" is the name of a motel located in Rome. There's a complex web of deceit and blackmail linked to this motel. People belonging to the upper levels of society are attracted to the Play Motel and are photographed while they are engaged in their "games". Suddenly things get out of control and mainly "models", somehow linked to the blackmail scheme, begin to get murdered.
The investigations are led by Detective Inspector de Sanctis (Anthony Steffen), and he's aided by a couple, Roberto (Ray Lovelock) and Patrizia (Anna Maria Rizzoli).
The film is not just sleazy (featuring even some hardcore scenes), but funny and thrilling as well, featuring the always acid Italian humor. There are many pretty women and the sex scenes are very good (and funny too!). I also like the soundtrack (and in particular the film's theme song "Play Motel").
Stop by the "Play Motel" and have a lot of fun!
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