Red Roses of Passion

Synopsis: Jaded Carla drugs her stuck up aunt and her daughter with mind-altering aphrodisiac concocted from a rose by an ominous Pan sex cult. The women become crazed nymphos and the only way to cure them is for Carla to give herself to "Pan".
 
IMDB:
6.3
Year:
1966
85 min
31 Views


- Patience my tormented

little brother.

Your time with our

pretty little prospect

shall soon come.

These will soften your pain.

Ahh, you will soon

gain entrance to

a new and exciting world.

A world of exciting new faces.

A world of stimulating

new people.

- Will any of them be men?

- Oh yes, I should

say more precisely,

there will be a man.

The man.

Those who have been unjust

to you through the years.

- Aunt Julie and Tracey.

- You will shortly be

given an opportunity

to expose them for

what they really are.

- Those two are sanctimonious.

What can I do?

Expose them as virgins?

- No, you won't expose

them as virgins.

Ahh, the curtain card.

What has been is all

you're supposed to know.

Young woman, I hope you weren't

disappointed in the reading.

- Oh no, I'm only

disappointed that it's over.

I think you're so fascinating.

Well you told me

things about myself

that I never told anyone.

- My fee is $2.

- Oh, is that all?

- Enid, may I have

a word with you?

- Please wait for me outside,

she probably wants to talk to

me about the money I owe her.

- Okay-

- how was she?

- Transparent as glass.

- But did you like her?

- I'll let you know before

our next conversation.

- I didn't want her

to become suspicious

so I told her you

wanted to talk to me

about money I owe you.

- You're a very

bright girl enid.

Ahh, I see you liked my roses.

You may look at them more

closely at our next meeting.

Now see to your friend.

Good day.

- Well yes enid but,

she must be a witch.

How else would she

know so much about me?

- I'm glad you think you

got your money's worth.

- Oh I got my money's worth.

But you know, she scares me.

How often do you go to see her?

- Once a week.

Four times a month.

At different phases

of the moon we meet.

- We?

- Uh huh, you might say we,

the disciples of Martha kag.

But that's a long story.

When we have time I'll

tell you about it.

- Oh great.

Oh gosh, I've got to hurry enid.

Dick's picking me

up in half an hour.

Goodnight.

- Bye, have fun.

- He had them alright.

The most evil eyes

I have ever seen.

- Who had those evil eyes?

- I don't know, some man who was

watching you come into

the house tonight.

- Well hardly I'd say

any man with evil eyes

watching me would be

one of my boyfriends.

But, I don't happen to have

any boyfriends at the moment.

- Thanks to me I suppose?

The kind you've been

running with lately my girl,

you're better off without.

- I'm not partial to tea,

but this brew's great!

- In this house, tea

is an evening ritual.

Gives us a chance to

get together and relax.

- Well I've got to

say it's a great idea.

- Now there is a nice boy.

Why don't you try to find

somebody like that and be happy?

- Now what's wrong?

You're not going

off on my already

are you dick?

- No, but I'm a little worried

with your aunt and

your cousin upstairs.

- Forget about them.

- I just feel...

- look, have you got

any better suggestions?

I'm sure your roommate

would love us busting in.

Positive he wouldn't

like letting

his goodnight sleep go away.

Alright, come on in.

Oh enid.

Oh I'm sorry.

I thought it was my

aunt with another

one of her lectures.

Well, it isn't much

but it's home to me.

- It's a palace compared

to the room I have.

- Well come sit down.

- I can only stay a moment.

Carla, I talked to Martha kag.

She suggested I invite you

to the conversation tonight.

Oh there's nothing

to be frightened of.

- Well, her place

is sort of scary.

- Only at the beginning.

Once you get into it.

Carla I used to be like

you in the beginning.

Now it's my whole life.

I used to drink, and

smoke, and run around,

and after I met Martha

kag I gave up everything

I used to think of as enjoyment.

- You don't date do you?

- Not any longer.

I don't have the time

nor the inclination.

- But why enid?

- I don't know.

I'm so caught up in

the conversations,

I just don't have the time.

Carla, the conversations,

and the meetings at Martha's

are my whole life.

- Well...

- Carla, come with me tonight.

- Alright.

What time will you pick me up?

8:
30 here.

- Okay-

- tonight wear this

under your coat.

It's a costume for

the conversation.

And Carla, I'm

delighted you're coming.

You won't be sorry.

- What is she doing?

- She's preparing

the wine of delphi.

- Wine of delphi?

- It's a potion used to

make the ceremony of pan.

Don't worry, you won't

have to drink any.

You must want to

drink it before you

have the right to drink it.

- Listen, I don't wanna get

involved in anything spooky.

I've got enough trouble.

- Please Carla, stay.

Just watch.

- Carla.

I'm delighted you

decided to come.

You're about to

witness something

very few outsiders

have ever seen.

A conversation with pan.

"Pan?"

- A deity from ancient times.

One that personified

the free unhampered

animal longings that

underlie the nature of man.

- You can't believe in

the existence of pan

as a god.

- I believe in the existence

of the spirit of pan.

It exists in all

men and all women.

Even in your aunt Julie

and your cousin Tracey.

You may deduce before the end

of this conversation tonight

how the spirit of pan

could be exposed in your

aunt and your cousin.

- Alright, I'll stay.

What do you want me to do?

- Since you haven't been

initiated into your group yet,

you'll just sit and watch

from that chair over there.

- Okay-

- just let me take your coat.

Jean, I thought you

were in Cleveland

with your new husband?

- I was.

But I've left him.

- You didn't love him?

- Oh I loved him.

But, I couldn't stay away.

I had to come back.

- By taking a mate, you have

transgressed against pan.

Since you have come back to us,

I'm sure he'll open

his arms to you.

- I'll try to be worthy.

- I had intended making Ruth

the communicant of the

quarter moon tonight.

However, since you

have come back to us...

- Yeah.

- I think the honor

should fall to you.

~ oh!

Goodness!

I don't know what to say.

- Don't say anything.

When the time comes,

just show your love for pan.

- Oh thank you.

Thank you.

- Since you are to

be the communicant

of the quarter moon tonight,

you will be allowed

a second draft

from the wine of delphi.

Priestesses of pan,

bring the communicant

of the quarter moon to me.

Roses from the garden of pan.

Forbearance priestesses of pan.

Anoint the communicant

with the breath of roses.

Untie her.

Prepare yourselves for

the conversation with pan.

Arise, we are ready.

Restrain her.

Take her to the altar of pan.

I'm sorry, only the

priestesses of pan

are allowed beyond

these curtains.

- Oh I'll go.

- You may stay.

I wish you would.

After this conversation

I'd like to discuss

with you what might

be done about your

aunt and your cousin.

She is fine.

The pleasure of

her communication

was just too much for her.

- Carla, Carla wait up.

Are you mad at me?

- No.

- Then what's wrong?

You avoided me all

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Joseph W. Sarno

Joseph W. Sarno (March 15, 1921 – April 26, 2010) was an American film director and screenwriter.Sarno emerged from the proto-pornographic sexploitation film genre of the 1950s & 1960s; he had written and directed approximately 75 theatrically released feature films in the sexploitation, softcore and hardcore genres as well as a number of shot-on-video features for the 1980s hardcore video market. more…

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