Answer: It is a very interesting analysis on intentionality and on how wicked women’s traps can be whenever they get aware of it. A photographer proposes to a former star who has landed up making second hand almost on pornography touching movies, to get her out of her misery and help her to regain her former status. He thus obtains that she gets a role in some macabre theatre play which is supposed to attach itself some intellectual aura, with – it’s true – very little success, although Klaus Kinski playing inside. The photographer is though hunted by the subsequent porno mafia and by the debts he incurs into and is almost beaten to death by a conglomerate of all those obscure characters. Moment at which the beautiful woman appears – played by Romy Schneider – and ‘obliges’ him to make love with her. Isn’t that you wanted? She doesn’t ask, but leaves.