Eugenie... The Story of Her Journey Into Perversion  

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This page Eugenie... The Story of Her Journey Into Perversion is part of the Marquis de Sade series
Illustration: Portrait fantaisiste du marquis de Sade (1866) by H. Biberstein

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Eugenie - The Story of Her Journey Into Perversion (1970) is a film by Jess Franco. Originally titled Eugenie, historia de una perversión, it stars Marie Liljedahl as Eugénie, Christopher Lee as Dolmancé, Maria Rohm as Madame Saint-Ange as well as Jack Taylor. It is a remake Eugenie (1970), which was in itself a loose adaptation of Sade's Philosophy in the Bedroom.

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Innocent young Eugenie (Marie Liljedahl, luscious star of "Inga") is taken to an island paradise where she is initiated into a world of pleasure and pain controlled by the sinister Dolmance ("Lord of the Rings'" Christopher Lee). But when she surrenders to her own forbidden fantasies, Eugenie becomes trapped in a frenzy of drugs, sadomasochism, and murder. Can a frightened girl in the grip of carnal perversion find sanctuary in the orgies of the depraved? Jess Franco, the infamous director of "Vampyros Lesbos" and "Venus in Furs," brings you this legendary erotic classic, based on the Marquis De Sade's notorious "Philosophy in the Boudoir" and co-starring Jack Taylor (Succubus) and Maria Rohm. Presented completely uncut, this rarely seen shocker remains one of the most controversial explorations of extreme sexuality in European cinema history! --amazon.com

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