In the Middle Ages, the intrepid Cecco earns eating in taverns and squares as a novelist. His specialty is to re-read the Decameron of Boccaccio, narrating the stories most erotic and licentious, whose theme loves of nuns and friars, and rich women who want to fool their old husbands with bold boys.
This features a solid cast of second-tier Euro babes. Malisa Longo was not a great actress, but she was a very prolific one, taking many roles more talented actresses like Edwige Fenech or Barbara Bouchet no doubt passed on. (Of course, she is not remotely believable as elder nun, but oh, well). Orchidea Santis was a very underrated actress. She has a very funny role here as an unfaithful wife who feigns illness so she can get together with "Cecco" right under the nose of her dimwitted dullard husband, but then gets pregnant and has to try to seduce her own impotent lout husband to cover it up. Patrizia Viotti, who plays the nobleman's wife and was also seduced by Cecco, was not only underrated but virtually unknown--she had a small part in the classic Italian Giallo thriller "Amuck" and a leading role in the worthwhile but more obscure Giallo "Death Falls Lightly".