- Marc Winandy plays the Duke
- Hubert Géral plays the gamekeeper
- Carmélo Pétix plays the groom
- André Kay as André Quay, plays the young man in Paris
A duke living in his castle with his gamekeeper, his homosexual groom and Marie the maid. His wife Blandine, tired of his bad temper, flees to Paris and meets a young man who helps her. She is photographed with his/her (?) sister Marianne (lesbian photos) and plays some kind of strip-scrabble while her mad husband pretends to have a huge cock and to be called Mandrin (old-fashioned slang word meaning penis). He seems to be raving mad, rolls in his snow-covered park, climbs up a statue and masturbates. Comment: this film is reviewed as a strange piece of satire mixed with avant-garde cinema. Odd and obviously shot with little money, it seems to be quite an interesting piece of porn flick which could have been shot by a Alain Desruelle (unknown to me).
From a review originally published in La Saison Cinematographique 1981, translated by Prophilo.
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