Mark, a photographer, gets so turned on by his nude model Fleur that he
has sex with her right away instead of taking pictures - which his
assistant Olga does while they are at it.
Later, Mark does also
photograph Fleur in the nude on a motorbike, but that same night , when
they go to a bar & she tells him about her past, about her first
nude model shoot, sex-parties with British gentlemen as well as hippies,
& her love for the circus, that Mark really falls for her. They soon
end up in bed again, with her fantasizing about the circus during the
act. Back at work the next day, Mark's assistant Olga confesses her love
to him, takes off her cloths & has sex with him too. But in the
evening it is back to Fleur, where they have more sex while she
fantasizes about the inquisition (really), later about having sex with clowns.
The next day Mark has to stay late at work, & Fleur,
rather horny, seduces the bartender of the bar she's waiting for Mark
in. When Mark finally arrives, they are already done & Mark hasn't
got a clue. She takes him home, where she seduces him on a newly
installed trapeze while having - you gessed it - more circus fantasies.
The next day, while Mark is at work, & due to a fight, fires his
assistant Olga, Fleur masturbates to yet more circus fantasies before
seducing a neighbour. When Mark witnesses that though, he is
understandably disappointed, & leaves to get back Olga - who welcomes
him with open arms - & of course in the nude.
Even though I did go into some detail in this synopsis, this is
nothing more than another softcore sex-romp by director-producer Erwin
C.Dietrich, who always put surprisingly little effort into disguising
the fact that his movies are just there to show naked girls aplenty -
which makes them rather endearing actually. However, while still fun in
a nostalgic way, this is not one of his more memorable ones.