Érotique


1h 25m 1969

Film Details

Also Known As
Traquenards
Release Date
Dec 1969
Premiere Information
not available
Production Company
Paris Inter Productions
Distribution Company
Goldstone Film Enterprises; VIP Distributors
Country
France

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 25m

Synopsis

While Varen and Bob are involved in a gun battle and car chase with the Corbeaux brothers, their car catches on fire, but they escape and get a ride back to Paris with Agnès. In order to obtain money to get out of Paris and thus evade the Corbeaux, Varen and Bob agree to help Georges, a white slave trader, although Varen has misgivings about their involvement, particularly after Leda, a pretty young girl, has been lured into Georges' clutches. Varen again meets Agnès, and they spend the day together; but in the evening Varen rejoins Bob, and the two play poker at Georges' villa. The Corbeaux arrive at the villa, and one of the brothers, Francky, kills Bob, but the other brother, Paul, is killed by Varen. Wounded, he leaves the villa to find Agnès, and after she has dressed his wounds, they spend the night together. The next day, Varen telephones Georges and is tricked into leaving Agnès alone. Resisting an attempted rape, Agnès knocks out Georges, then flees panic-stricken to Normandy. There she meets a mysterious poet, Claude. Although she spends several days in Claude's dreamlike world, Agnès is determined to return to Paris and find Varen. Meanwhile, Olga, Georges' associate, has teamed up with Francky Corbeau, who has taken Georges' place in the organization, and killed Varen. Olga and Francky capture Agnès; but just as she is about to be sold into slavery, Claude arrives with the police.

Film Details

Also Known As
Traquenards
Release Date
Dec 1969
Premiere Information
not available
Production Company
Paris Inter Productions
Distribution Company
Goldstone Film Enterprises; VIP Distributors
Country
France

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 25m

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Trivia

Notes

Opened in Paris in April 1969 as Traquenards; running time: 90 min; also known as Traquenards érotiques. Anne Renate is also credited as Renate Wolfle.