“Sex is not a sin... Not if you enjoy it!” Inspired by the writings of 18-century French novelist HONORE DE BALZAC (from whom the above quote originates), The Brazen Women of Balzac is one of those gaudy West-German wonders which virtually dispenses with any thought of plot or character development, leaving the situations and ample flesh to speak for themselves
The Brazen Women of Balzac entertains with its visual flair -- bright colors which, at times, exudes an almost psychedelic tone (which looks odd but is oh-so Sixties) -- and bursts of kooky humor. And, of course, there’s plenty of gorgeous scenery, most of it provided by the delightful Miss Fenech, who looks particularly stunning while gyrating on a sofa wearing nothing but a pair of tight red pants. (Fenech also appeared in director JOSEF ZACHER’s other 1969 opus, The Blonde and the Black Pussycat. We love ya, Edwige!) Officially rated X in 1970, The Brazen Women was unleashed in the U.S. by JOSEPH GREEN, director of The Brain that Wouldn’t Die. From a 35mm frolic-with-Fenech print.
Starring: EDWIGE FENECH
Co-starring: JOACHIM HANSEN
Directed by: JOSEF ZACHER