Wages of Sin

(1971)
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Overview

Documentary that analyzes sexuality during it's so-called "revolution", the late sixties. The film shows some sexual "oddities" brought on by the fall of sexual taboos: a German woman who founded an billion dollar industry by selling erotic material; young and beautiful girls who are rented by large complexes to entertain and "persuade" customers; women young and old going to school to learn the art of awakening the interest of their husbands; couples in unscrupulous act as models to abstract painters; single women looking for a mate for the weekend, taking advantage of the "pink train" set up by the German Federal Railways.

  1. Sergio Martino

    Director, Writer

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  1. Edmund Purdom

    Edmund Purdom

    Narrator

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Wages of Sin

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Original Title Mille peccati.... nessuna virtù

Status Released

Release Information

  • July 14, 1971
    Theatrical

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Original Language Italian

Runtime 1h 30m

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50

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