- Pjotr Stanislas as Ivan Slav Stanislas plays Norbert
- Alban Ceray
- Jean-Pierre Armand, uncredited
Chantal comes home after two years in a boarding school. Her mother tells her that her former friends Béatrice and Norbert now live together in the house that he has inherited.
The whole story is told in an off voice by Chantal as we see her writing in her diary. She recalls good moments spent with her friends (the first scene shows Norbert making love to Béatrice in the woods while Chantal is watching nearby). She is next seen masturbating while reminiscing (or fantasizing?) of a sex scene with Alban Ceray. Then Chantal decides to pay her friend a visit and encounters a young uncredited blonde girl (is that a wig she's got?) who seems to be someone of Béa's acquaintance and who tells her they are away.
Meanwhile, Norbert who seems to be listenning to the whole conversation takes care of a blonde girl who's bound and gagged on a table, which seems to exclude the possibility of her being the same girl as the acquaintance. From then on we can see all five performers in all possible combinations (in the woods, kitchen, bedroom) and without apparent logic. We will never know who the blonde girl is or the reason for Alban's presence.
Chantal realizes she is trapped by Béatrice and Norbert (and Alban? and the girl? we are not told!) who are some sort of perverts. She can't escape. Béa tells her it's a game. Then Chantal gets raped by Béa, Norbert and Alban (the blonde is seen nearby). Some memories from the past (one scene with Béa in the woods which may have been shortened (?) Béa tries to comfort her, then fears she might give them away. Then we see Chantal being layed by Jean-Pierre Armand on grass (what the hell is he doing there?). Back to a bedroom for a fivesome (Chantal, Béa, Norbert, Alban Ceray and the blonde). The film ends on Chantal mastubating by a fireplace and then her voice says that she left the house, but the picture shows her quietly strolling in the park.
Stange pîece of nonsensical porn from the late 70's or early 80's. Dominique Saint Clair is beautiful as usual. Agnès Ardent seems a bit dumb. The unknown blonde is quite nice... But the story is a real junkyard, which is appropriate as I've just foudn the film in a junk fair!