Thursday, 3 February 2011


The very helpful people at the Swingin' Mademoiselles facebook page tipped me off about the Annie Girardot track I posted in the Girls in the Garage vol. 12 (bonus) post [see the comments].

With a little help from a certain online translator, I deduced the song was from the 1969 film Erotissimo, and was written by Michel Polnareff (music) and Jean-Loup Dabadie (lyrics) [see previous post for the mp3 download].

The second half of this next clip features the nuts instrumental 'Excitissimo' by William Sheller (which was comped a few years ago on WIZZZ! Volume 1 (Born Bad Records)).  Also, watch out for the ubiquitous Serge Gainsbourg cameo.

A brief synopsis of the film
A married woman in her 30's (Annie Girardot) tries to spice up her sex life with her distracted husband Philippe (Jean Yanne) under the deluge of sexy Swedish movies, sexy advertising on the streets, sexy intimate clothing in ladies' shops, and even talks about sex and marital infidelity with her mother and female friends. Philippe, a general manager of a dynamic company specializing in baby products becomes preoccupied with an upcoming tax audit. Even the presence of a beautiful fashion model who lives with Annie's brother fails to divert his attention.

Conclusions: I. WANT. TO. SEE. THIS. FILM.


Mark said...

Dom said...

Thanks for the link Mark. Yes I came across this a month or so ago and bookmarked it for Christmas.

So maybe my Christmas will be an Erotissimo Christmas!