Synopsis: A photographer is sailing with his wife, her sister and his nympho-maniacal model. He leaves the three women alone to get a part for his boat. A mysterious man shows up, who might be an escaped criminal the police are searching for. This doesn't alarm the three women too much, and he rapidly seduces all three of them.
Genre: Thriller
93 min

- Stop it, I can't go on.

- More!

You're the most beautiful sergeant

I've ever kissed.

- And she keeps on reading! What is it?

- Lin Yu Tang.

- Read it to me, is it a giallo?

- It isn't as simple as that, leave me alone.

I'll tell you, it's mine...

Who else would read something like that?

Fine, tell me what it's about, then.

It's difficult...

It's about the desire to destroy all

the sad and boring things in life, right?

It all inevitably leads to tragedy.

- I didn't understand a thing!

- Because you're stupid!

The more I read, the more I realise everyone

around me keeps saying the same thing...

It's an old philosophy now, the destruction

of tragedy is a French invention.

- I didn't realise you were so prepared.

- Really? I do like to read, sometimes.

And this is the oldest argument

in the world...

It's important to risk your life, games

are a means to look for and find freedom.

What freedom?

They all die in the end!

I'm sure they do,

because death is absolute freedom.

- You're boring me!

- Quiet! Culture is everything!

The typical dumb conclusion.


Try these.

- Fabrizio!

- What is it?

Give me your mouth,

I'll explain why later.

- What is it?

- I wanted to know if you're still alive?

- My wife's worried, I'll be back.

- Yes, come back, I really want to make love!

You're crazy!

You said the same thing when we did

that shoot in the mountains.

I wonder what she means by 'love'?

The simplest thing in the world,

my dear...

Put yourself in the horizontal,

and wait.

Such a wonderful description

of the art of making love!

- It's obscene!

- What did you say?

I said it's completely obscene.

What? The book you're reading,

or our conversations?

Stop upsetting yourself,

life's just a game, isn't that right, dear?

- A dirty game.

- Listen, they're talking about the fugitives.

- Have they caught them?

- Turn up the volume.

"...after a bloody shoot-out,

two of the men were captured..."

"Three police officers

were left slightly injured..."

"But time is running out for the third fugitive,

unless he's managed to get off the island..."

"Although that seems unlikely with

the coast guard on full alert."

"In a separate incident,

a police officer has gone missing..."

- Have they got them?

- No, one of them is still at large.

One's more than enough

to commit more crimes.

A man fighting for his freedom is stronger

and more ferocious than any animal!

It's nice here...

It's just right for us.

It really is beautiful.

It's also the ideal place for a fugitive.

- Yes, very nice, we have work to do.

- Lower the anchor.

What are you doing?

Don't stand there like a statue!

Hey, you idiot, I'm talking to you!

Are you going to move, or not?

- Can't I think for myself?

- No, you just have to pose.


- It isn't working.

- What about this?

Do something! Raise an arm or two!

Think about it... No, don't think.

- Like this?

- You make me sick.

Lower your arm, like that.

A bit more...

Back a little...


There... Like that.

Not bad for an amateur,

but you're a professional...

So start doing something, you idiot!

Why do I agree to do

these stupid assignments?

- I'm tired, I don't feel like it.

- Come on, the other one.

Couldn't you have prepared

it earlier, you idiot?

Nervous, today?




Stupid but beautiful!

That's great!

A bit further back.




Now give me your body...

You're the most beautiful

piece of plastic in the world!

- Anna thinks I'm horrible.

- As a woman...

You're here as a model

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