Who knew 1914 Europe was so sexy? The makers of Aphrodite (1982), that’s who. That’s when this French softcore piece of erotica is set, since apparently not even the onset of World War One can spoil rich people's sexual fun! Harry Laird (Horst Buchholz) is a rich young man, but his wealth can't compare to that of Baron Orloff (Yves Massard). Truly in with the in crowd, Harry gets invited to hang out on Orloff's island where "The Count" as he's known, is known for his simultaneously secret but legendary parties. The newest fiesta is a three day sex-fest where all the people on the island will act out a steamy sex novel called Aphrodite, going all the way with whoever their character does in the play. At first the idea is too out there for his guests, especially young Pauline (Valérie Kaprisky), but eventually they all take to the sexual roleplay and make a grand old time of it. But when Harry starts to catch feelings for Pauline, will he be able to stick to sticking it in whoever the script says he should, or go rogue and start improvising? The hottest piece in this period piece isValérie Kaprisky in one of her earliest skin flashes onscreen. Americans didn’t get a chance to lose their breath to this sexy lady until she made Richard Gere seem macho in Breathless (1983), but this was first and better. Why? Because Valérie is completely and utterly nude, from the top of her tits to the bottom of her bottom, with ample stops at her pubes for good measure—and, oh, you’ll measure up. Yes, it ends up Mr. Orloff is a big fan of watching his guests take it all off from the unsuspecting side of a trick mirror. Neat trick! Catherine Jourdan adds some full-frontal nudity while taking a bath, undressing and teasing Orloff by showing her bush to the trick mirror, all to keep things even more interesting. Those scenes in Aphrodite will put a bulge in your tighty whities!