An adaptation of nine stories from Bocaccio's "Decameron": A young Sicilian is swindled twice, but ends up rich; a man poses as a deaf-mute in a convent of curious nuns; a woman must hide her lover when her husband comes home early; a scoundrel fools a priest on his deathbed; three brothers take revenge on their sister's lover; a young girl sleeps on the roof to meet her boyfriend at night; a group of painters wait for inspiration; a crafty priest attempts to seduce his friend's wife; and two friends make a pact to find out what happens after death. Pasolini is up to his old tricks satirizing the Church, and throwing in liberal doses of life and love
Italian sex comedy based on the tales of the Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio. The squire John Attelano eager to put his son Falcotto on track, makes him marry Firdalba, the Rampaldi daughter. The newlyweds will receive 15,000 florins on condition that she reaches the altar a virgin and that he did not betray. On the day awaited the bride arrives at the church accompanied by the nurse and the Toro servant, but before reaching the surgeon who has to establish his virginity, was repeatedly raped. At the expense will Falcotto and future father in law.
This is the theatrical show of the TV show Decameron aired on LA7. The program, subtitled "politics, sex, religion and death," is a flurry of short sketches, which alternated young theater actors and individual beats of Luttazzi . Some of the texts were drawn from his repertoire theater developed during the period of removal from television. The title was intended to draw a parallel with the same name by Giovanni Boccaccio in the fiction of the book if the stories are born from the imagination of a group of young people who stay for ten days out of the city hit by the plague, the program criticized "the plague that infects the West "or" the single thought, war-mongering, reactionary, liberal, trying to rule the world with his anti-social policies, job insecurity and mass financial speculation "
The Decameron forbidden is a 1972 Italian comedy, directed by Carlo Infascelli. The film, which counts among the starring actors such as Orchidea De Santis, Gabriella Giorgelli, nut Crostarosa and Carlo De Carvalho, is inspired by Boccaccio's fourteenth-century novels. In particular, it is the film adaptation of that novel starring frà Pepin, a young native of Florence, which was discovered and arrested for his relationship with Mona Fawaz, a married woman. Thanks to the help of his friends painters, manages to escape..
A group of people, to escape the plague, took refuge in the palace of Messer Gianni, to pass the time telling some stories.
Inspired by Giovanni Boccaccio's 14th-century collection of novellas known as The Decameron, this innovative film combines short works from seven directors (Bernard Clarens, Jean Herman, Louis Grospierre, Jean Desailllers, François Reichenbach, Miklós Jancsó and Serge Korber) who set out to interpret Boccaccio's masterwork for the modern age. The result is an assortment of titillating tales ranging from the erotic to the tragic.
Italian poet Boccaccio (Louis Jourdan) hides in the court of Fiammetta (Joan Fontaine) and tells three tales of love and lust.
The film is set in Tuscany during the Black Death. As in the Decameron, ten young Florentines take refuge from the plague. But instead of telling stories, they have lusty adventures, bawdy exchanges, romance and swordplay. There are randy nuns, Saracen pirates, and a sexy cow.
A bunch of funny and romantic stories from the life of a military base in Russia.
A Saracen sultan's disguised son loves an amnesiac Moslem princess.
The story of a group of monks, who are enjoying the forbidden pleasure of sexual adventures.
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Five unrelated tales: (1) "The Ravishing Queen" / "La Reina Bella", in which the queen choses a king by devious endurance tests of the pretendants; (2) "The Punished Lovers", in which a fake blind husband is 'cured' after having the culprits banished from the tribe; (3) "The Old Prostitute" who manages to take revenge from all the village dignitaries who wrongfully condemned her brother; (4) "The Endless Search" that does not end until a hunter finds his perfect end-game; (5) "The Crazy Woman" whose illness was not exactly of the mind, but of an (almost) insatiable lust.
Italian nunsploitation movie from 1972
The young Chiarina di Vallefiorita is forced by her father to marry an old, fat, rich man. With the help ot the monk of a nearby convent, she will escape her fate.
Exploitation diva Kei Mizutani movie stars within this erotic omnibus flick featuring three reports of madness and sensuality. The first part, entitled "Two Women known as Mariko," paints a kinky image of a younger comely lass named Mariko, whom, because of to a strange series of occasions during her youth, finds by herself the intercourse slave of another girl coincidentally also named Mariko. Into the 2nd yarn, known as "Lesbian fantasy," five shapely ladies endeavor to a remote cottage. Yet maybe not very long after they don sexy underwear and engage in spirited pillow fights, the quintet occur upon a corpse. Plus in the final portion, entitled "The guy within the Pillory," a young voluptuous dancer looks for the dastardly villain that drove her sister to suicide
A comedy based on fourth novel out of "Decameron" by Giovanni Boccaccio.
Cecco Angiolieri has joined, as storytellers and acrobats, the traveling company of Camillo. The stupidity of this man is so great that Cecco, inventing contagious childhood diseases, replacing it with his wife Dinda until the woman becomes pregnant. Meanwhile, the company has come in a city ruled by poetastro ser Gianni: Cecco, using his poetic vocation, getting license show for his teammates and conquers the woman, Tessa. Another victim of his jokes is fierce mother Lucrezia, new superior of the local monastery: Cecco, after forcing her to strip naked in the brothel of Filippa, precedes the convent pretending to it. Later, he clarified the misunderstanding, it becomes the lover and requires it to give shelter to Dinda, until Camillo is not ready to accept happily the unborn child as his.