Synopsis: Since his wife's death, Arthur, a peculiar and severe surgeon, cloisters his teen daughter Lucille inside a strange mansion. Desperate, Lucille tries to commit suicide and ends up with her face completely burned and bandaged. Arthur, with the assistance of his aunt, prepares a weird skin graft in order to give back Lucille a face, a face that resembles his beloved and deceased wife. To take care of her, the father then hires Joan, an attractive nurse with a somber past. Lucille and Joan start a forbidden and passionate love affair.
Director(s): Maria Beatty
Production: Bleu Productions
92 min

Hi Dad! Youre finally home.

How was the hospital?

As usual, you know.

Let me rest five minutes,

then get your things

and come in the office.

No clearly, you havent understood

the main point.

When one cant figure

the antiderivativa

of an integral function,

one uses the integration by parts.

Here, for example.


We dont know how to calculate

the antiderivative of xcos(x).

But since we know the product,

we can try the calculation

of the integration by parts.

Suppose that u'(x)=cosx and v(x)=x.

Then u(x)=sinx et v'(x)=1. Thus:

"Idle Youth

By all things enslaved

Through sensitivity

Ive wasted my days.

Ah! Let the moment come

When hearts love as one.

I told myself:

And let no one see:

And without the promise

Of true ecstasy.

Let nothing delay

This hiding away.

Ive been patient so long

Ive forgotten even

The terror and suffering

Flown up to heaven,

A sick thirst again

Darkens my veins.

So the meadow

Freed by neglect,

Flowered, overgrown

With weeds and incense,

To the buzzing nearby

Of a hundred foul flies.

Ah! Thousand widowhoods

Of a soul so poor

It bears only the image

Of our Lady before!

Does one then pray"


to the Virgin today?

Idle Youth

By all things enslaved" Lucille!


It is 8:

Excuse me, I didnt hear.

I was reading.

If you wish to read, do so in

the evening, after supper

Yes father.

Next time you go without supper

if you insist on arriving late.

Such a storm this morning!

The weather is crazy.

When I was young it never

rained this time of year.

Human beings consume too much.

Were suffocating the planet.

Can they prove it

scientifically, dad?

Yes naturally

If yould like to learn more,

i could get you an advanced

text on meteorology.

For your 18th birthday.

For my birthday?

That would be a good

practical present.

Yes, but

Practical and educational.

A far cry from our

advertising TV culture.

What Ild really like to do is

to go to college

that would be educational

to study poetry.


Yeah Oscar Wilde, Rimbaud,

Baudelaire... and literature too.

What good is studying

literature and poetry?

You can read yourself

and thats sufficient.

Oscar Wilde doesnt deserve

all the attention you give him.

The man was a pervert and its just

as well that he was imprisoned.

And if youd like

to write poetry

you can do it to your hearts

content right here at home.

But Id learn more if

I went away to college.

Not really One doesnt learn

as effectively in a group setting.

But since you really dont like

teaching me poetry

Youd be better off

with the sciences.

You could help me here. Before you

wanted to be a doctor, like me.

Ive changed my mind.

And thats just the problem.

You never stick with anything.

Remember what happened

when you were twelve?

You wanted to go away

to boarding school,

but you were back home

three months later.

You told me that you

couldnt make any friends

and that you cried yourself to sleep

each night. Isnt that right?

When your mother was

sick those two long years

What good is studying

literature and poetry?

your father asked me

You can read yourself

and thats sufficient.

to come and take care of you

The man was a pervert and its just

as well that he was imprisoned.

but I couldnt come then.

Now, clearly, you havent understood

the main point.

Youd be better off

with the sciences.

And if you wish to write poetry

you can do it to your hearts

content right here at home.

I hate you! Let me out!

Let me out!

Youre all that he has.

Thank you. Goodbye.

I am Lucilles great aunt.

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