I would not hesitate to rank The Voyeur among the best of Tinto Brass' films available outside Italy, on a level with Cheeky and All Ladies Do It (Caligula is a category in itself), both in terms of its general filmic qualities and of its sensuality. The film is a feast of voluptuous and juicy female flesh embraced with the warmth and sincere admiration characteristic of Brass. Brass' films are devoid of even a second of nastiness: this is erotica, which far from being degrading for women or propagandistic of male stereotypes, can even be seen as feminist. Among the film's characters, Fausta, the Professor's maid, steals the show with her playful and totally guilt-free naughtiness. Sylvia, the wife, is somewhat colourless, but still a knock-out. The incestuous undertow, with Sylvia having an adulterous affair with her husband's father and resembling his mother, is another fine touch. The Professor himself is a caricature and as such remains shallow, while Dodo, Sylvia's husband is convincing as the hapless shadow of a successful father, who bears the marks of a traumatic childhood.