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Bacchanales Sexuelles

France 1974
produced by
Jean Rollin (as Michel Gentil), Lionel Wallmann (executive) for Nordia Film, CTI
directed by Jean Rollin (as Michel Gentil)
starring Joelle Coeur, Marie-France Morel, Brigitte Borghese (as Britt Anders), Annie Belle (as Annie Brilland), Jean-Paul Hazy, Agnès Lemercier (as Jenny Trochu), Catherine Castel, Marie-Pierre Castel, Virgina Loup, Marcel Richard, Minia Malove, Alain Bastin, Willy Braque, Walden Desforets, Jean Dorlegeant
written by Natalie Perrey, Jean Rollin (as Michel Gentil), Lionel Wallmann, music by Rex Hilton

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Valerie (Joelle Coeur) is asked to housesit his mansion for the next 6 months, while he's away in the USA, and since the place is much to big for one girl alone, she soon calls her friend and occasional lover Sophie (Marie-France Morel) to share the housesitting duties - and party heavily. After one evening of heavy partying, Sophie is kidnapped right out of her bed though, but not before she could call her friend Fred (Alain Bastin), but when Fred arrives, Sophie's already gone, and he instead has sex with Valerie ...

Sophie has been abducted by Malvina (Brigitte Borghese), who runs some kind of Satanic sex club which she has based on incriminating photos of the clubmembers, who are now all indebted to her to do her bidding. But now Valerie's cousin has stolen the photos, and she wants to torture his identity out of Sophie ... only she thinks Sophie is Valerie, while Sophie has never ever seen Valerie's cousin and has no idea what Malvina is talking about. It takes Malvina quite a while to believe Sophie ...

Ultimately, Malvina sends one of her minions, Jenny (Agnès Lemercier), over to Valerie to infiltrate her cousins place disguised as a maid. Valerie and Fred are delighted and soon have threeway sex with Jenny, but then Katherine (Virgina Loup), the real maid of the place, shows up and proves she's the real McCoy by defeating Jenny in a catfight. Jenny confesses everything, and Valerie and Fred rush off to Sophie's rescue, but are trapped by Malvina's gang. They can however presuade one of her minions to go back to Valerie's cousin's place to retrieve the photos (Valerie and Fred have since found them) and then burn them to break Malvina's spell.

This evening, an initiation rite is to take place, which is nothing but a big orgy, actually, and Valerie, Fred and Sophie have to watch it all tied to a wall ... when the girl with the photos returns and burns them. This immediately breaks up the party, and everyone leaves in a hurry, most half-clothed at best. Now Valerie's cousin reveals himself to be none other than Paul (Jean-Paul Hazy), Malvina's second-in-command, who soon enough frees Valerie, Fred and Sophie ... then has sex with Malvina, because seeing her not in power but in a rather helpless position turns him on immensely ...


Jean Rollin trying his hands on a crime comedy - and the results are pretty much what you'd expect: Tons of nudity, sex just this side of hardcore (hardcore sequences were added at a later stage for added appeal), a plot that doesn't make all that much sense, tons of elements of the pulps from yesteryear, and the occasional touch of surrealism, all captured in an almost poetic way in deliberately old-fashioned sets. That said though, Bacchanales Sexuelles is not your typical Jean Rollin film, it's way too dialogue heavy compared to his classics, gone are the scenes of pure cinematic poetry, and the long sequences that do nothing but create atmosphere, gone is the intentional negligence of plausability should it stand in the way of the film's feel. Instead, Rollin has remained just mainstream enough to deliver a typical genre film without totally denying his own brand of filmmaking. The result is at least entertaining, and while it might not exactly be fascinating (like Rollin's more personal movies), it's interesting to say the least.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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