Anges Exterminateurs, Les


And it was all very exciting

A learning experience

A bit like a revelation

about my forbidden self

Are you sorry?

Not for now.

At least I'm glad you had pleasure,

however unexpected.

Promise me that what I've said

remains our secret.

I promise.

Now if you're not too tired,

we'll move on

to a dialogue reading.

It's a hard scene.

Another actreee was slightly better

and I made the film

without Virginie.

But I was haunted

by what she had confided in me.

Especially since I ran into her

two years later.

She gave me a cold look

and accused me

of having traumatized her.

Why this complete change of attitude?

During the screen test,

had this young woman made things up

to get the role?

As a filmmaker, I took actors' talk

and moods with a grain of salt.

But I was sure at the time

that Virginie had spoken in earnest.

Those confidences made me want

to make an experimental film

about taboos and pleasure.

I had a producer.

Please sit down

Young lady, I may frighten you.


-My name is Olivia

Olivia, I'm doing a film about female

pleasure and transgressing taboos.

I need actresses willing

to be arousing on camera.


What is arousing in life?

We're aroused when we dare do

little erotic things

that we've banned from our minds,

but which we're still dying to try...

like masturbating for a stranger

in a hotel room,

in a school or street.

In the film, I'd need

the actresses' connivance

about their desires,

their secret experiences.

It leaves room for improvisation.

That frighten you?

I mean, yes, a bit.

Do I have to do tests?

What kind?

Ones Involving the key scenes.


Probably rubbing yourself.

And, not being a lesbian, making love

with a woman for the kick of it.

You have to be arousing.

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