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Marquis de Sade Justine: A woman named Justine is (willingly) used and abused by all manner of perverts, freaks and sexual deviants.

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Ratings: IMDB: 5.4/10 Metascore: N/A RT: N/A
Released: April 03, 1969
Runtime: 90 mins
Genres: Drama Horror
Countries: Italy USA West Germany Liechtenstein
Director: Jesus Franco
Actors: Akim Tamiroff Carmen de Lirio Claudia Gravy Gerard Tichy Gustavo Re Harald Leipnitz Horst Frank Howard Vernon Jack Palance Jesus Franco Jose Manuel Martín Klaus Kinski Luis Ciges Maria Rohm Mercedes McCambridge Mike Brendel Romina Power Rosalba Neri Rosemary Dexter Serena Vergano Sylva Koscina

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Posted by chiefandkat 3 months ago
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wtf. it amazes me how that could be told as a virtuous tale. how much brutality can be handed out to women by religious people. both men and women have taken part of this type of brutality towards women. all in the name of virtue. yet the sister was seen as not virtuous but well off. ummm, the answer is there for all to see. which path will you take.

Posted by GothicHeart 4 years, 1 month ago
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this movie I watched on accident looking through my father things...art a young age lol I didn't understand much of it but after the years went by remembering it at first grossed out but them seeing the morels and the lessons of this movie very well done and very rememberable 10/10

Posted by mrsolnate 5 years, 2 months ago
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why no parrt 2?

Posted by kindalike 5 years, 4 months ago
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It shows how 1980's silicone fetish can interfere with your moral compass.

Posted by anainthestars 5 years, 11 months ago
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I was expecting eroticism but it was just skimming to the erotic, it was more of a journey with a moral and lessons..very interesting, I liked it :)

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