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Justine och Juliette

Justine and Juliette

Sweden 1975
produced by
Ivan Bernhardsson (= Inge Ivarson) for Filminvest
directed by Mac Ahlberg (as Bert Torn)
starring Marie Forsa (as Marie Lynn), Anne Bie Warburg, Harry Reems, Felix Franchy, Bent Warburg, William Kisum, Poul Bundgaard, Kate Mundt, Brigitte Maier, Otto Brandenburg, Bert Bellman, Jim Steffe, Keld Holm, Ulla Sandö
screenplay by Mac Ahlberg (as Edward Mannering), based on the novel by Marquis de Sade


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A modern day retelling of the Marquis de Sade-classic:

Sisters Justine (Marie Forsa) and Juliette (Anne Bie Warburg) are thrown out by their aunt, and when they are picked up by a car, Juliette uses all her female charms (and more) to make sure the driver (Bent Warburg) invites her into his home while Justine rather stays out and virtuous.

Juliette soon finds work in a high class whorehouse and works her way up to being the house's top whore, especially since she can convince almost every customer that she is still a virgin.

Justine on the other hand finds abode in a fleapit hotel, where she is almost raped by the creepy clerk (Otto Brandenburg), then she works at a club that runs live sex shows, but is shocked by the on-stage fucking, and when she is asked to join in the stage show she leaves in terror.

Eventually, Justine finds love in Robert (Felix Franchy), but Robert is a libertine who likes to share his girlfriends with other men ... which eventually gets too much for virtuous Justine, and she asks her sister Juliette for help.

At Juliette's whorehouse, there is a new customer, Don Miller (Harry Reems), a terminally ill millionaire who wants to die while fucking, and he promises his fortune to the girl in whose arms he dies ... so there is this big fuck party held in Juliette's whorehouse, just to accommodate the millionaire, and all the girls line up to fuck - all but Justine of course, who just happens to be at the party too, but who has no desire to fuck Don Miller or anyone else. Thing is, Don Miller has incredible stamina, and before long he has fucked all the girls to exhaustion, before eventually and accidently landing in Justine's arms and dieing - because virtue always triumphs ...


Not a hardcore film as such, Justine och Juliette still features many scenes of explicit sex (but with neither Marie Forsa nor Anne Bie Warburg in them) - but despite all of the real shagging going on, it is still one of the tamer versions of de Sade's novel, totally leaving out all scenes of perversion and S/M and instead concentrating on straight sex. And for that, the story loses much of its effect, making the film little more than your average 1970's sexploitation flick, fun perhaps if you like this sort of thing, but little more.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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