Almost immediately, they kidnapped her (they told her they were going to a "real Hollywood-style party") and held her prisoner in the basement where they made the defenseless woman their sex slave.
Diana had sex with playboyish Miles in his plush apartment (although appeared to take discomfort in oral sex), and then accompanied him as a jet-setter to Paris for one of his wild decadent parties with his transvestite cross-dressing friends (the participants played a "truth game" - dancing in a circle in the light of a projector, while disrobing). In the back of his convertible parked outside, Marsh made out with busty blonde Ellen again.
When she returned to London, possessively-jealous Robert was angered by her lying and infidelity, and told her in the film's most famous line: After Robert broke up with her and moved out, calling her "trivial and shallow," she platonically partnered with homosexual photographer Malcolm (Roland Curram), becoming the "Happiness Girl," and soon was in Italy filming candy company commercials at the villa of refined Italian widower Prince Cesare Della Romita (José-Luis de Vilallonga), a rich yacht owner with seven children. We both learned our lesson and won't make any more mistakes. After removing her bra, he asked: "Wanna feel my muscle?
During her stay in Italy, she went on a holiday to Capri with Malcolm, and cautioned him: "We are not complicating our holiday with any disgusting sexcapades" (although they both had separate one-night flings with a male waiter). I know we can be so happy." But he dashed her dreams of reuniting: "We're not going back to anything, you know. Start the countdown" - before they stretched out and had sex in the back seat.
Later, she confided in Malcolm: "I could do without sex. This was just for old times' sake." He rejected her profession of love and request for "one more chance." As he drove her back to the airport, she half-heartedly threatened to commit suicide by throwing herself from the moving car: "If I can't be with you, I don't want to be alive," but resumed her princess-duties upon arrival. Lee Frost's disturbing, low-budget, definitive grindhouse "roughie" film (by producer David F. He slapped and assaulted her when she talked back to him and asserted that he should "lay off the rough stuff." Although she valiantly fought him off, he ripped off her clothes, telling her she needed "old-fashioned discipline" (a vicious spanking of her bare bottom that left welts after he pulled down her black panties).
Don't really like it that much."The Prince vainly proposed marriage to her, but after her return to London, she broke her sleazy association with Miles and decided to accept the Prince's marriage proposal. Friedman, now split from Herschell Gordon Lewis) was deliberately made to counter the "nudie-cutie" films of the time - with some nudity, but mostly added violence and griminess. And then surprisingly, she surrendered: "Don't stop," and kissed him as the camera panned upwards before they had sex.
She found her loveless married life in the villa affluent, but utterly boring and frustrating - she walked through the many rooms to her bedroom, stripping as she went (viewed nude from the backside), and unhappily threw herself on her bed. It was reportedly based on a true story - about two wealthy, immoral, spoiled, and hedonistic men, Carl Walker, Jr. In the opening credits sequence while cruising in their convertible, they picked up four sex partners/dates and spent the day at the beach. In only a few moments, she had become his loving girlfriend, and afterwards, they continued to get together for sex.
While lying on a towel, the misogynistic Walker asserted to Jim: "When are you gonna learn that females have but one function in life, to give men pleasure? There's only one thing in this whole crummy, square-infested life that counts. The two were introduced to young, naive yet sexy blonde Los Angeles newcomer (from Minnesota) and aspiring actress/model Jane Collins (Swedish actress Mai Jansson) by their creepy apartment manager Mrs. To satiate their cravings for kicks during a "scouting trip," the two first spied on Jane as she undressed and took a bubble bath in her apartment.
Director John Schlesinger's film was shocking and cutting edge in its day with scenes involving loose sexuality, betrayal, bisexuality/transvestism, serial bed-hopping and infidelity, age difference, pregnancy and abortion.
It told the life story, in flashback and voice-over (in an article being prepared for a women's magazine), of jet-setting Italian princess Diana Scott (Best Actress Oscar-winning Julie Christie) living at an Italian villa after marrying a prince.
She had an upper middle-class upbringing, and grew up spoiled because she was always considered a beautiful "darling."A carefree, hedonistic London Swinging 60s amoral fashion model and playgirl after being discovered on the street by a reporter, the cool, emancipated beauty was married to immature Tony Bridges (Trevor Rowen) - it was a failed marriage (he sought an official divorce in the midst of the many affairs she was having) - during which time she met and fell in love with married, cultured, hard-working television journalist Robert Gold (Dirk Bogarde).
They had a secretive affair and first slept together in a hotel room, when he told her: "It's the first time I've felt real for a long time." He left his wife Estelle (Pauline Yates) and children and moved into a London apartment with her..