Immoral Women (Uncut Version) (Les héroïnes du mal) (Heroines of Evil) (Heroines of Pain) (1979) (Region 2) (Import)
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Skadinavian Edition, PAL/Region 2 DVD: Subtitles: Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish. Audio: English, French. The first film features Marina Pierro as a woman who inspires more than just creativity in the minds (and loins) of the men of ancient Rome. In the second offering, a young woman develops an erotic obsession with her beloved rabbit in France in the 1700s. The third and final film centres on a rape victim who finds unexpected relief in the form of an animal friend.
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Ex pat Polish director Walerian Borowczyk is noted for his 'arty' erotic films most of which were produced and released originally in France through the 1970's. Two of his earliest forays into erotisme were the films "Immoral Tales" (1974) (a quartet of sensual vignettes) and "The Beast" (1975) (perhaps his most 'notorious' film which features some imaginative bestiality within its' plot). "Immoral Women" (1979) is among Borowczyk's later films and he repeats some of the elements of the aforementioned 2 flix in it by presenting a trio of short stories, two of which have aspects of human/animal sexual interactions involved. The 'unifying theme' of the three tales features the merciless acts committed by the female protagonists in each of the mini-plots.
As a 'framing device' Borowczyk uses the image of the painting of 'The Three Graces' by Renaissance painter Raphael to introduce the 3 individual sections, each of which are named after the principle female character involved. Appropriately, the first story: 'MARGHERITA' is set in the Italian Renaissance and features the artist Raphael as one of several men who succumb to the charms of the lovely Margherita (played by Borowczyk 'favorite' Marina Pierro) as she uses her sexual allure to advance her fortunes in a Lucretia Borgia-esque manner. I found this historical period piece to be the most engaging of the trio in terms of plot, production values, and the attractiveness of the 'heroine'.Read more ›