Comtesse perverse, La (Countess Perverse)


Come here, darling!

Come and look.

Look down there.

It's strange... see?

Looks like a woman.

Let's go see in.


No, I don't want to...


The house on the island...

Help me...

They're going to kill me.

To... to kill me!

But I... I escaped.

A man with black glasses...

Looking for me...

My twin sister had disappeared

...on the island

I had to find her.

My sister was scared.

...of the island...

Those rocks...

Those rocks...!

They warned of death!

But I had to go on.

He wouldn't go any closer

I had to swim there

Swim to that house

Swim all the way to that

evil house.

I was exhausted

I was exhausted

The place...

was silent


Like a cemetery

I was scared

I felt I was being watched

Watched from up there

I was scared to death

But I had to go on

A couple...

A strange couple

Count and Countess Zaroff...

They live on the island

They invited me to...

stay with them

I became their guest

It's delicious, well done Rador

- I hope our guest agrees.

- It's exquisite. Very unusual.

Different and unique.

Not for us. We're used to it now.

My dear wife introduced me

to this type of meat.

Sometimes us women have to

push their men to try new things.

This all seems very mysterious.

It's a strange feeling.

What sort of meat is this?


You'll soon find out

all about this meat.

Ivanna will enjoy telling you.

Isn't that so?

It's wild game. I hunt it myself.

And Rador cooks it.

Let's have coffee in the lounge.

Rador has a special blend.

He's a fascinating man.

I can see why you're so in love.

We share many tastes.

We enjoy hunting, fine dining

and succulent meals.

It's good to share one's pleasures.

What are these heads?

Aren't they amazing?

Do you like them?

I'm proud of them

and my husband loves them.

They are great mementos.

A wild boar from Hungary.

A bear from Crimea.

The deer is from Austria...

The puma from Llanos.

The head from Amazonia.

The head from Amazonia.

What is it?

What do you want?

We want you.

Take her! Take her!

No... Let me go.

Let me go...

Take her!


Yes! Yes! Like that...

I'm coming! Yes... Yes!


Get me the syringe.

Quiet now. Calm down.

They wanted... to kill me!

OK... So what now?

Take her back to the island?

That's fine, I'll wait.

No problem.

I want to speak to Sylvia Aguado.

Orders from the Countess.

She wants another victim.

Hi, Sylvia.

Were you asleep?

It's ten already.

Why not come here for lunch?

No, it's not like that.

We'll expect you then?

Yes, we should talk.


Right, in one hour then.

Don't be scared, Bob

I know you're taking a risk, but...

...we have no choice

if we want to escape from here.

Go far away

and forget all about this.

To escape we need money

and to get that we need them.

I just hope it works.

- So, Sylvia, having fun?

- Yes, it's wonderful here

You're lucky to live in such a place.

Nothing to do but lie in the sun...

...breathe the clean air,

lulled by the waves.

You're right.

But you're staying near the sea,

aren't you?

Yes, but in a cheap hotel

And only for ten days holiday.

In a horrible room

with no view of the sea.

Listen, Sylvia,

I've got an idea...

Why don't you move in here?

An excellent idea.

We can all three have fun together.

Do you like Bob?

Yes, he's a nice guy.

That's all?

I'm not the jealous type.

You can tell me.

But he's your husband.

That's not a problem.

I like him to have fun.

And sometimes I might even join in.

What do you mean?


Yes, Bob!

Move in here. I want you...

I think I love you.

Forget that nonsense about your hotel.

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Jesús Franco

Jess Franco (born Jesús Franco Manera; 12 May 1930 – 2 April 2013) was a Spanish filmmaker, composer, and actor, best known for his stylish exploitation films, directing around 160 feature films. more…

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