So… my favourite film – #1. French. brilliant!
These shots are from near the beginning of the film (scene 2). I love Bridget’s skirt and am a bit obsessed with slips!
Here’s the imdb synopsis in Anglais:
Robert’s (Ghislain Van Hove) friend Greg gets a promotion that requires him to relocate, so he asks Robert to look after his girlfriend, Jocelyne (Brigitte Lahaie), assuring him he’ll soon come to appreciate her “special talent”. Well, that “talent” is the ability to convince any woman to join them in a threesome (or more!). So Robert finds himself the lucky beneficiary of a steady stream of women wanting to have sex with him without having to do anything more than point them out to Jocelyne.
Scene 1: As soon as Greg is on his plane, Jocelyne asks Robert to pick out someone he’d like to have sex with — suggesting, perhaps, an attractive stewardess at the airport bar. As promised, Jocelyne shows up with Inge (Karine Gambier) for dinner at Robert’s — who fails to make it past the soup course before the women have him on the floor.
Scene 2: Jocelyne and Robert decide to shop for some lingerie, and in the blink of an eye, Jocelyne has the wide-eyed sales clerk (Danièle Troeger) modeling undies — which naturally segues into a lusty three-way.
Scene 3: Jocelyne noted Robert’s interest in the Countess (Emmanuelle Parèze) who was also shopping at the lingerie shop, and that very evening they find themselves entertaining royalty.
Scene 4: A mother and daughter chance to sit at the next table at an outdoor café. Robert is intrigued by the notion, and challenges Jocelyne to arrange a four-way. Later she phones him to relate her failure, but it’s only a ruse to bring him to Edith’s (Marion Schultz) home — where he learns he’s been elected to deflower her virgin daughter, Emilie (France Lomay).
Scene 5: Robert and Jocelyne drop in at an adult film theater, where Robert eyes the dusky usher (Nicole Velna) as an exotic prospect. Jocelyn delivers her to the door later that evening, where the three enjoy a delightfully rhythmic menage-a-trois.
Scene 6: It turns out Robert is also a dog fancier, spotting a lovely miss (Samantha) out exercising her pup. A nod to Jocelyn, and she’s at his door for some afternoon delight — with never a word spoken among them!
Scene 7: Then, while window-shopping, the two watch a man parking his car. As his attractive wife (Alexandra Sand) steps out, its apparent she’s next in line — and sure enough, she’s soon on her back on Robert’s shag rug for another wordless shagging
Scene 8: Robert and Jocelyne see a young lady (Claude Janna) arranging a window display at a dress shop — which is reason enough to bring her up to Robert’s love nest.
Scene 9: While out for a walk, Robert spots an alluring woman in a black raincoat, and challenges Jocelyne to bring her to his home, wearing nothing under the raincoat. As ordered, Jocelyne arrives with the appropriately-garbed Nadine (Barbara Moose), adding the caveat that the woman must leave early, since tomorrow is her wedding day! So they decide to hold their own wedding party — augmented by Robert’s arsenal of marital aids.
Scene 10: In the midst of Nadine’s honeymoon festivities, Robert unexpectedly receives an invitation to visit the lusty Countess. Ever the gentleman, he instead suggests she join the party — which she does with great enthusiasm, going so far as to allow her chauffeur (Richard Allen) to “drive her home.”
Have frilly fun!