Vices in the Family


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.

By: VG


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