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La Comtesse Ixe

The Countess X
Sueurs Chaudes

France 1976
directed by Jean Rollin (as Michel Gentil)
starring Rachel Mhas, Jean-Pierre Bouyxou, Jackie Dartois, Alban Ceray, Cyril Val, Catherine Catel, Karine Gambier, Sandrine Pernelle, Patrice Marranzano, Guy Royer, Carole Gire (as Chris Martin), Julie Bouche
music by Didier William Lepauw

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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To spice up his party, a baron invites the notorious Countess X, who's known for dancing naked in front of strangers and the like. However, his invitation never reaches the Countess because a pretty thief (Rachel Mhas) steals it to later come to the party herself and pretend to be the countess. At the party, she drugs everyone's champagne, and the whole event turns into a big orgy (with the pretty thief participating enthusiastically, mind you). Then the real Countess X (Karine Gambier) shows up for no particular reason ... but she's too quick to join in the fun to deal with the fake Countess.

During the orgy, the pretty thief steals everyone's jewelry - but when she wants to retrieve it from its hiding place and leave, the jewelry is gone ... stolen by Arsène (Jean-Pierre Bouyxou), who was wise enough to not drink the champagne after the pretty thief drugged it. But he didn't want to rip off the pretty thief but only help her make a clean getaway (even if she has to flee in the nude) to later offer her to work together on a regular basis.


At best mildly interesting piece of hardcore porn by Jean Rollin. The beginning, in which the pretty thief wants to steal the invitation but then almost forgets herself masturbating is funny, so is the thief's outfit, and the ending is rather amusing, plus a few pulp references à la Jean Rollin here and there are nice at least - but that's about it. Basically, most of the movie is made up of just one big orgy scene, and that scene really isn't that special, just a few couples fucking with the camera moving about between them a bit on the aimless side ... and it drags on and on and on with surprisingly little in terms of narration even for an orgy scene. Plus, for a Jean Rollin film, this one contains quite a bit of dialogue, and not all the performers seem to be up to the acting side of their performances, which really throws some nice punchlines out of the window. Well, at least the girls, especially Rachel Mhas, are cute, but unless you're a die-hard Jean Rollin fan, this is anything but a must-see.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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