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Vices in the Family

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Time Out says

An incomprehensible black comedy (any charm it may have had has gone in the dubbing and cutting of the version released in Britain), this concerns the cack-handed efforts of a group of scheming ladies to relieve a dying Count of his fortune. It borrows shamelessly from Polanski's What?, and throws in a few nods towards Pasolini, but basically attempts no more than a bit of absent-minded titillation. Laurenti directs as though he were being paid by the minute, and the result is a crashing bore.
Written by VG
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