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Ann, a Swedish film critic in her early 30's, and Eve, an 18-year-old bride-to-be, vacation for 2 weeks along the Adriatic coast of Yugoslavia. Eve rhapsodizes about her fiancé, while, Ann, cynical about love and determined to prevent Eve from achieving marital happiness, denigrates any type of lasting relationship. Eve eventually allows herself to be seduced by Walter, a fisherman hired by Ann to handle their boat, while Ann makes love to another fisherman in front of Eve. The following morning, Walter's mistress kills him in a jealous rage. Eve temporarily loses interest in the prospect of marriage and abandons herself to sexual pleasure. The two women vie for the hotel porter, who willingly satisfies both women. Eve then becomes involved with a lesbian nightclub singer. Ann meets Italian movie director Francesco at a party, but he rejects her when he senses her destructive nature. (It becomes apparent that Ann drove her film director husband to suicide by professionally criticizing his films.) The women quarrel, and Eve hitchhikes back to her fiancé in Stockholm, but on the way she is raped by four truckdrivers. She finally marries her fiancé, however, and Ann follows Francesco to the Venice Film Festival for a screening of his latest film--which bears the same title as her late husband's last unfinished work.
Location scenes filmed in Yugoslavia and Sweden. Released in Sweden in October 1970 as Ann och Eve-De erotiska; running time: 109 min.