A director, his assistant and a female editor get aroused while cutting together an adult feature. |
Despite the intriguing and chuckle worthy title, this is little more than a 60 minute compilation of sex scenes bound together by some new material shot in an editing suite (obviously the cheapest location available). Brigitte Lahaie appears in footage that seems to have been taken from two different movies, including, according to EGAFD, ‘Jouir Jusqu’au Delire’. However IMDb lists that film’s release date as being 3 years later. Of course this doesn’t mean much, as the exact production dates of these French features are often muddled.
Dominique Aveline is directing a pornographic movie and Sylvie Dessartre plays his editor Béatrice. Together they watch some rough footage in which a black wigged Brigitte Lahaie, a similarly decked out woman and a man are watching a Super 8 stag movie. We will call this scene Un from now on. Just when it starts to get interesting, Dominique and Béatrice switch to another scene (Deux), also starring Lahaie but with a different, blonder hairdo. This time she starts off with another blonde and ends up with Richard Allan joining them for a trio. After this Dominique persuades Béatrice into having a quickie in the dark room.
They take a little break and walk around Paris, because everyone knows it’s bad for your eyes to sit in a dark room watching porn all day. Then they resume work on scene Un, the one in which Brigitte has a black wig with ponytails. It seems like most of the work has already been done as the scene is cut together nicely. In fact. Béatrice doesn’t seem to be doing any editing at all, merely watching. Production assistants Coco and Christine (France Lomay) arrive carrying a film reel containing scene Trois: a lesbian orgy that includes the obligatory use of vegetable every French Porno from the seventies seems to have. Trois appears to part of the same film as Deux.
After Coco leaves, Christine immediately goes down on the director and Béatrice joins her. Their frolicking is inter-cut with bits from scene Quatre, coincidentally a foursome. From this point on it all becomes a bit incomprehensible, as B, C and D keep going at it while Quatre segues into Cinq. This goes on for some 25 minutes (almost half the films running time) and alas there is no sign of Lahaie in any of the footage on the editing machine.
Funnily enough the end credits reveal that at least one female editor and possible two worked on this picture (you can never be completely sure with French first names). This could mean the framing sequences were either autobiographical or mere wish fulfillment.