Arabella is a nymphomaniac who has sex with any man. One day, her husband, a writer, meets her and another man. She has a strange reaction: kills the lover. From that moment on, he encourages her meetings with other men and writes down the experiences in his new book.
A middle-aged married couple draw their butler into a series of power games. But who is playing who?
The lost passion between a couple who works at a hotel gets reignited when another couple who stays at the hotel involves her (a maid) in a threesome and he (a receptionist) witnesses it via CCTV.
A young woman uses her body as payment for her fiance’s enormous debt. She also fucks her stepbrother when he reveals his feelings for her.
An impotent rich man pays male prostitutes to have sex with his girlfriend while he watches secretly through a one-way mirror because that is the only way he can achieve sexual pleasure.
An existential affair between a married woman and her much younger lover, becomes both a sensual and philosophical experience.
Two couples decide to swing but jealousy and hidden feelings could get in the way.
An enthusiastic husband gets his reluctant wife into swinging but he gets insecure and wants them to stop while she likes it and wants to go on so that she can continue fucking other men. One night, they had dinner with their non-swinging couple friend and lures them into their lifestyle via a board game.
Loosely adapted from de Sade’s play “Philosophy in the Bedroom”. Set in the present day, a cult of depraved hedonists cavorts at a remote, elegant mansion. Zenoff is invited by Xenia, his true love, to a party hosted by Xenia’s fiance, Yald: a debauched libertine seeking to orchestrate an atmosphere of unbridled sensual pleasure with no concessions to conventional morality. He enters the couple’s heavily guarded country mansion and finds a vast orgy occurring within. […]
Three young couples test their love by permuting partners for a day.