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Secrets of the Satin Blues 1981 123movies

Secrets of the Satin Blues 1981 123movies

Aug. 11, 198191 Min.
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Watch: Les folies d’Élodie 1981 123movies, Full Movie Online – A tale of sexual encounters of a woman and several female friends, family members and acquaintances, as seen (and told) from the perspective of a pair of satin blue panties. Elodie, 35-year-old sex addict woman with a 17 year old daughter goes past a shop and falls under the spell of a blue satin panties and buys them. As fascinated by the garment, she never leaves them. One day, however, she forgets them in one of her lovers. When she finally gets them back, she decides to lend it to her other friends. Tired of overly conventional relations with her husband George, she multiplies lovers and discoveries of particular pleasures. She will also introduce her maid Rose to these games, before giving herself to her 17-year-old godson and son in-law as a birthday present..
Plot: A tale of sexual encounters of one woman and several friends, family members and acquaintances, as seen (and told) from the perspective of a pair of satin blue panties.
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Classic example of early 80’s Euro-trash sexploitation.
I note that this film is supposedly based on a novel… this seems to be a common theme for a lot of the softcore movies of this era. Note Emmanuelle, Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Joy: Chapter 2, Justine, etc.

Anyways- I will admit to having been a softcore porn fan in my raging-hormones youth. I taped all of the “late-nite” stuff on Showtime and Cinemax, and watched quite a bit, and became quite a critic. Much of it I couldn’t stand… but this was one of the exceptions.

Secrets of the Satin Blues follows the time-worn and cliched plot device of following an inanimate object around, and watching the effect it had on various people. And, like many movies using this plot-device, it all rotated about sex.

The movie starts out with a lady buying some satin blue underwear from a shop; she wears it and begins having softcore sex. The underwear gets misplaced, the maid tries them on… the maid begins having sex. Etc. I’m doubtful that the book this is based on is a classic… but the movie is pretty fun, in a sleazy sort of way. None of the actresses are very attractive, nor do the guys seem to belong in a softcore film. (Indeed, the director apparently thought so, as 2/3 of the sex is lesbian- the first lady sleeps with her best friend, then her maid- her daughter catches her with the maid, prompting a flashback of the maid and daughter having sex. This prompts another round of lady/maid sex…)

What did I like about the film? Well… considering the men are pretty gross, it’s a plus that they were so minimal to the plot/sex. This was a big problem with 70s/80s Euro-porn. The women may not be that great either, but they don’t look like they are made from grease and hair, and this makes the frequent sex scenes tolerable. The storyline itself is a bust, although the fact that the US editors dubbed in a voice *for the underwear* made it come across as a really whacked-out comedy. This is what makes the film fun- the cheese factor. It isn’t really erotic, it definitely isn’t dramatic or emotional; what it does have is a hell of a lot of personality, a type being erased by the intrusion of slick made-for-cable American “erotica” productions like Red Shoe Diaries or Beverly Hills Bordello- productions with no personality at all.

Review By: StudentDriver
Classic example of early 80’s Euro-trash sexploitation.
I note that this film is supposedly based on a novel… this seems to be a common theme for a lot of the softcore movies of this era. Note Emmanuelle, Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Joy: Chapter 2, Justine, etc.

Anyways- I will admit to having been a softcore porn fan in my raging-hormones youth. I taped all of the “late-nite” stuff on Showtime and Cinemax, and watched quite a bit, and became quite a critic. Much of it I couldn’t stand… but this was one of the exceptions.

Secrets of the Satin Blues follows the time-worn and cliched plot device of following an inanimate object around, and watching the effect it had on various people. And, like many movies using this plot-device, it all rotated about sex.

The movie starts out with a lady buying some satin blue underwear from a shop; she wears it and begins having softcore sex. The underwear gets misplaced, the maid tries them on… the maid begins having sex. Etc. I’m doubtful that the book this is based on is a classic… but the movie is pretty fun, in a sleazy sort of way. None of the actresses are very attractive, nor do the guys seem to belong in a softcore film. (Indeed, the director apparently thought so, as 2/3 of the sex is lesbian- the first lady sleeps with her best friend, then her maid- her daughter catches her with the maid, prompting a flashback of the maid and daughter having sex. This prompts another round of lady/maid sex…)

What did I like about the film? Well… considering the men are pretty gross, it’s a plus that they were so minimal to the plot/sex. This was a big problem with 70s/80s Euro-porn. The women may not be that great either, but they don’t look like they are made from grease and hair, and this makes the frequent sex scenes tolerable. The storyline itself is a bust, although the fact that the US editors dubbed in a voice *for the underwear* made it come across as a really whacked-out comedy. This is what makes the film fun- the cheese factor. It isn’t really erotic, it definitely isn’t dramatic or emotional; what it does have is a hell of a lot of personality, a type being erased by the intrusion of slick made-for-cable American “erotica” productions like Red Shoe Diaries or Beverly Hills Bordello- productions with no personality at all.

Review By: StudentDriver

Other Information:

Original Title Les folies d’Élodie
Release Date 1981-08-11
Release Year 1981

Original Language fr
Runtime 1 hr 31 min (91 min), 1 hr 30 min (90 min) (cut) (UK)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Comedy
Director André Génovès
Writer Maurice Chapelan, Gérard Croce, Paul Gégauff
Actors Marcha Grant, André Génovès, Caroline Aguilar
Country France
Awards N/A
Production Company A.G.C.
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio N/A
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Original title Les folies d'Élodie
TMDb Rating 1.5 2 votes

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