Let’s clear up one thing right away: Ann Zacharias was already 19 years old when she took the role of a 16-year-old shoplifter who becomes a best-selling author of erotica. And she certainly acts mature for her age, as she attempts to seduce her 40-year-old publisher. She’s also kind enough to encourage her mom to enjoy a dalliance with her sister-in-law. In real life, this gang would be as attractive as a line-up on The Jerry Springer Show. In Néa (1976), though, the gallery of ladies include beauties like Françoise Brion, Micheline Presle, Ingrid Caven and Chantal Bronner.