Benoît Landrieux, the idle and depraved son of a rich industrialist has two chance encounters on the same day that will change his life forever: Jean-Pierre, a young tearaway who is trying to steal his car, and Isabelle, 20 years old, whom he saves from being raped by her stepfather. Benoît is a coward and a voyeur who gets his kicks from watching other couples make out. He cajoles his two new companions to attempt what he has never dared do: rob the safe in his father’s factory, seduce his stepmother to blackmail her for money and finally go so far as committing murder. Thus begins a wild ride that takes them to the very edge of madness.
Director Claude Mulot made this film under the pseudonym of Frédéric Lansac – the name of a character from his previous horror hit The Blood Rose. Sins of the Flesh marks the start of his transition from softcore films to full on hard core which was confirmed by his next release, Pussy Talk – one of the most controversial French films of all time. But Sins of the Flesh also shows Mulot’s background in horror cinema. He presents Benoît as a cunning and complex psychopath, a man who smiles and wears expensive clothes, while inside lurks a monster. The film stars Jess Franco favorite Anne Libert (Erotic Rites of Frankenstein) and comes in a brand new 4k restoration with a host of original extra features.
Brand new 4k transfer from film negative . digitally restored . interview with actress Anne Libert . interview with Gerard Kikoine . interview with distributor Francis Mischkind . interview with assistant director Didier Philippe-Gérard . trailers . alternate title sequences . optional newly created English subtitles . Mondo Macabro previews