Justine de Sade

Synopsis: Innocent orphan Therese seeks her fortune in a wicked world where no virtue goes unpunished. While she strives to preserve her precious “virtue,” Therese finds every inch of her flawless form systematically sullied as she runs afoul of depraved young nobles whose hounds have a taste for human female flesh; a surgeon with a scalpel in one hand and a whip in the other; men of the cloth who keep their female flock shorn and branded with a red hot iron; and a Count whose concubines must give him their very blood! Will Therese finally learn “how delicious it is to be a whore?”

Director Claude Pierson’s adaptation of the Marquis de Sade’s catalog of hedonistic horrors stars Marco Perrin (Army Of Shadows), the lovely Alice Arno (Female Vampire) and her real-life sister Chantal Broquet (Golden Temple Amazons).

Justine de Sade 6.5

I’ve never read de Sade, never wanted to, and am now more sure than ever that I never will. While it’s a decently-made movie from a technical standpoint, it really isn’t my bag. Frankly, this would drive most level-headed people to militant feminism.

Story 7.0
Acting 5.5
Production 5.5

Sexiness 1.5
Nudity 7.0
Explicitness 6.0

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