The young girl Flossie comes straight from a Swiss boarding school to Stockholm where she meets a young embassy clerk, Jack Archer. Together with her friend Eva each tell the other two of previous sexual encounters as well as creating new memories.
This is another very loose adaptation of Victorian-era literature by Swedish director/cinematographer Mac Ahlberg (he had earlier tackled John Cleland’s “Fannie Hill” and Emile Zola’s “Nana”). Between its somewhat classier-than-usual origins, its decent cinematography and music, and its avoidance of hardcore porn conventions (like extreme close-ups of pistoning genitalia and spraying bodily fluids), it ends up being a pretty tasteful affair overall. As Flossie, a barely (barely) legal Maria Forsa is definitely the best thing about this. Forsa was one of the most appealing “Swedish sin”-era beauties.