Les abysses / The depths (1963) Nikos Papatakis, Francine Bergé, Colette Bergé, Pascale de Boysson

Les abysses aka The depths (1963)
Two young servants, two sisters hysterical unites a very tender friendship, have not been paid for three years ruined by their bosses. Required to stay there because of the money they are owed, they multiply in the house the misdeeds of all kinds. “Sir” is low, which led his family to the rout. It supports everything provided we never forced to see the truth. “Madame,” she any cash, because it is bounded and interested. She also can not become aware of reality. “Mademoiselle” finally married, but recently separated from her husband.
She tries to be compassionate, understanding, generous. It is, however, just as much, and probably more than others, allergic to this eternal truth that continues to flee. It is, moreover, unconsciously jealous of the affection of the two sisters. In this closed universe bursts terrible tragedy. The husband of “Mademoiselle” returns. He brings with him of purchasers in the house for sale. Given this perspective, the sisters have taken a real amok crisis. While the men were busy signing the papers, they massacred their two bosses.
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Gimme Shelter (1970) Albert Maysles, David Maysles, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Mick Taylor, Documentary

Gimme Shelter (1970)
In December of 1969, four months after Woodstock, the Rolling Stones and Jefferson Airplane gave a free concert in Northern California, east of Oakland at Altamont Speedway. About 300,000 people came, and the organizers put Hell’s Angels in charge of security around the stage. Armed with pool cues and knifes, Angels spent the concert beating up spectators, killing at least one. The film intercuts performances, violence, Grace Slick and Mick Jagger’s attempts to cool things down, close-ups of young listeners (dancing, drugged, or suffering Angel shock), and a look at the Stones later as they watch concert footage and reflect on what happened.
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Emmanuelle in Soho (1981) David Hughes, Ray Selfe, Angie Quick, Julie Lee, John M. East, Drama, Erotic

Emmanuelle in Soho 1981
The first portion of this film is a documentary on the adults-only entertainment industry prevelent in London’s Soho District. The second details the trials and tribulations of a struggling photographer, his unsatisfied wife, and their friend Emmanuelle, as they try to make it big in Soho. They decide their ticket to success will come by blackmailing a wealthy adult film tycoon.
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Magique Emmanuelle / Emmanuelle’s Magic (1993) Francis Leroi, Marcela Walerstein, George Lazenby, Sylvia Kristel, Drama, Romance, Erotic

Emmanuelle’s Magic (1993)
Young Emmanuelle and her friend Coco visit a friend whose sculptor husband is infatuated with one of his plaster creations. Emmanuelle uses her magic to get him interested again, jump starting their love life. Later, Emmanuelle, Coco and Coco’s sister, Paula, travel to a wedding in Africa. They miss their plane to Salima and have to travel by boat, where they all vie for the attention of a male passenger. After Paula misses her chance with him, she travels via rowboat to an African tribal village where her desires are fulfilled.
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