Female cast (apart from the above): Myriam Mézières (plays Melinda), Hélène Surgère (plays Madame Bourgeois) and Sonia Savianges (plays Isa) - the last two had both appeared in Pier Paolo Pasolini's Salo, Liza Braconnier (plays Madame Mado), Françoise Giret (plays Catherine Després), Dominique Erlanger (plays Domino), Lisbeth Heulle.
Male cast: Andrew Moore (plays Andrew), Michel Delahaye (plays Bourgeois), Jean-Christophe Bouvet (plays Alain Bourgeois), Howard Vernon (plays Des Grieux), Noël Simsolo (plays Fernand Després), Jean Draze, Marcel Gassouk (plays Victor).
This is a sort of thriller movie taking place in the 50s. Myriam Mézière and Nanette Corey are two detectives. The character played by Nanette Corey dies.
Davy decided to make Exhibition from rushes involving Claudine Beccarie wearing the mask. He would also make another documentary (Les Pornocrates) about hard performers, using rushes of the orgy scene involving 70 performers (among whom Béatrice Harnois in her first film).
A well-known female politician receives a tape showing her son in a porno movie. She decides to hire a female detective to figure out who is trying to black-mail her.
A political porn-thriller - in which sex scenes are pretty well integrated - portraying actual former members of the OAS (from archive footage) during the war of independance of French Algeria.
Information from Entre deux censures by François Joufa and Tony Crawley, translated by Prophilo, and from Le site filmographique Paul Vecchiali translated and adapted by another correspondent.