Colombian erotic film
Colombian erotic film
Coincidentally, it was shot on the set used for the Hogan's Heroes TV show after it was cancelled.
Although Hammond agreed to an arranged marriage with his cousin Blanche, he continued to cheat by having an affair with beautiful black 'bed wench' Ellen (Brenda Sykes) - a slave mistress who shortly afterwards became pregnant with a "sucker" (the name for a slave baby).Ilsa conducted private research to prove that females could take more pain than males (including the use of electrified dildos and electrodes attached to sensitive areas) - one hapless female experimental test subject was Anna (Maria Marx) who was mercilessly tortured for "three nights" and couldn't be broken.Torture victim (Uschi Digard) was strung up in a pressurized chamber until she died, and another prisoner (Sharon Kelly) was hung upside down outdoors to die.First seen on the streets of Brooklyn, Capone was transferred to Chicago where he worked his way up the ranks, while dealing in rackets, bootlegging, gambling, and prostitution.He mentored and then competed with local crime boss Johnny Torrio (Harry Guardino).In the opening scene, Ilsa was forcing herself on a male prisoner, and threatened him with castration if he couldn't hold out long enough to satisfy her.
Obviously, he didn't, because she had to satisfy herself with a shower head.
It told a tale of the profligate life-style of impetuous, opportunistic, and jealous young Irish rogue Redmond Barry/Barry Lyndon (Ryan O'Neal) and his flirtatious meetings with adulterous Countess/Lady Lyndon (Marisa Berenson).
The gorgeously-filmed period piece featured astonishing, gorgeous candlelit cinematography by John Alcott and oil painting-like tableaus.
Although the world of S&M was unfamiliar to Olivier, he stumbled upon the downstairs torture chamber when burglarizing her building, and soon became obsessed with Ariane, a professional dominatrix.
He learned that she was engaged in the unusually dark lifestyle to support her son, and that possibly true surrender and love (including a power struggle with both dominance and submissiveness) could only come through masochistic submission.
Lacking historical accuracy, this crude and violent crime biopic was a Roger Corman-produced exploitation film, taking advantage of The Godfather mobster film craze at its time.