Claude Mulot

Claude Mulot – La saignée AKA The Contract (1971)

A French waiter living in New York City witnesses a murder and must go on the run from the police and the mob. Read More »

Claude Mulot – La femme-objet AKA Programmed for Pleasure (1981)

A science-fiction writer creates a sexy robot-girl.

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★★★½ Watched by Marcy Webb 26 Dec 2020

If you ever wanted to see R2-D2 control sex scenes, and you like an early 80s score, then this is exactly the film for you.

No doubt, despite the amount of penis screentime and lesbian sex, this is a film explicitly made for the straight male gaze. It would be hard to argue against a misogynistic reading, and this film carries an unhealthy dose of of rape/sexual assault and predatory stalking into its sexual scenarios, that should require an upfront trigger warning. While it can carry an inherent eroticism for many, for me the eroticism goes away considering the narrative context. That said, hypnosis, servitude, fuck dolls, remote control ARE many people’s kinks. While the films are miles apart, a story about a man constructing a woman after he can no longer see the woman he loves (to fuck) not only explicitly references Frankenstein, but is part of a lineage that goes back to Metropolis, and continues into modern films too. Read More »

Claude Mulot – Black Venus (1983)

Black Venus (1983)

Spanish actor Jose Antonio Ceinos stars as a down-and-out sculptor, whose inspiration returns with the strange appearance of a beautiful, mysterious black muse. Read More »

Claude Mulot – Le sexe qui parle AKA Pussy Talk (1975)

A beautiful executive lady at an advertising company realizes with horror that her vagina has started to talk and is leading her to indecent sexual acts. This was the first exclusive hardcore feature film produced and released in France to meet international success. It is based on a significant tradition in literature and art of talking vaginas, dating back to the ancient folklore motif of the vagina loquens, and in particular a story by Denis Diderot (1713–1784). Among future film makers involved in this production are Francis Leroi (producer), Didier Philippe-Gérard (script and actor), Gérard Kikoïne (editor) and Pierre B. Reinhard (assistant editor). Read More »

Claude Mulot – La rose écorchée AKA The Blood Rose (1970)

Synopsis:
When his new bride’s face is hideously disfigured in a fire, Frederic Lansac, a famous society painter, is determined to restore her beauty. He seeks out a notorious plastic surgeon who is on the run from the authorities. Using Lansac’s remote castle as a base, the two of them hunt down and imprison a series of young girls. Their skin is to be used in a serious of experiments aimed at restoring the face of Lansac’s wife. Read More »

Claude Mulot – Suprêmes jouissances AKA Supreme Delights (1976)

Three young women leave their chauvinist boyfriends, set up their own living situation in a luxurious apartment and revel in their sexual freedom.

This film is also known as Suprêmes jouissances. The director Claude Mulot is credited as Frédéric Lansac. Read More »

Claude Mulot – Le Sexe Qui Parle 2 (1978)

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Synopsis:
La suite jubilatoire du film Le Sexe qui Parle. La contagion est rapide et atteint toutes les couches de la societe… Interprete par la ravissante et fascinante JENNY FEELING ce film hors normes delirant, excitant, lubrique, et genial de FREDERIC LANSAC a rencontre l’immense succes qu’il meritait. Read More »