The Oldest Profession (1967)
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The Oldest Profession (1967)


A collection of stories about prostitution in different time periods. 1) “The Prehistoric Era”: A caveman discovers that a cavewoman is more attractive when cave paint is applied to her face. And she can earn more seashells that way. 2) “Roman Nights”: The Emperor goes out seeking a little nocturnal amusement, only to find that the high-priced, Oriental courtesan he hires is his wife, the Empress. 3) “Mademoiselle Mimi”: In revolutionary France, Mimi finds that her client, the nephew of a marquis, is more interested in watching the guillotinings out her window than he is in going to bed. 4) “The Gay Nineties”: When Nini discovers by accident that her antiquated customer is a banker, she pretends to be an honest woman who has fallen in love with him. She even pays him, just like a gigolo! 5) “Paris Today”: Two girls pick up clients by driving around in a car, and then an ambulance. Police pull the vehicle over for speeding. 6) “Anticipation”: Demetrius has just arrived on Earth from another galaxy. But the girl brought to him by the commissar, Hostess 703, is not a “physical love” girl; she’s a “sentimental love” one, who only knows how to excite men with language.

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Other Titles: Le plus vieux métier du monde

Director: Claude Autant-Lara, Mauro Bolognini, Philippe de Broca, Jean-Luc Godard

Starring: Michèle Mercier, Raquel Welch, Elsa Martinelli

Genre: ComedyDrama

Country: France

Language: French/English Subbed

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In the second story, Nuits Romaines (Roman Nights), the emperor tells his wife (Elsa Martinelli) one night that he has to go out and meet his poet so that they can work on a speech that he will deliver tomorrow. But he is actually going to a brothel. His wife tries to seduce him by exposing her long legs, but she fails. This shows that their sex life is not going well. The emperor notices her new expensive jewelry and asks her how she got them. She says she got them on sale.

The emperor arrives at the brothel and the madam of the house gives him a high-priced oriental woman. When he comes inside the room, the supposedly oriental woman is wearing a semi-transparent veil so he doesn’t recognize that it is actually his wife, the empress. His wife recognizes him though and lets out an expression of surprise upon seeing him. But she gathers her senses quick, and when he asks her who she is, she lifts her veil, reveals herself to him, and slaps him. She makes it appear to him that she pretended to be a whore so that she can catch him red-handed. The emperor believes this, for now, and is very apologetic.

The emperor sees his wife’s curvaceous body under her transparent oriental whore costume and gets aroused so he screws her there in the brothel. He says he paid, after all, so he might as well get his money’s worth.

The emperor and the empress come back home for the night. She tells him that she dressed up as an oriental in the brothel that night to please him and save their love. The emperor tells her that he was really stimulated with what happened. He removes the veil from her head, tells her that the three pieces of gold that he paid for her in the brothel was worth it and throws her veil on the floor. But when the veil hits the floor, the gold coins that are hidden in it are revealed, and they’re more than 3 pieces. In fact, a lot more. So that means the emperor’s wife may have been fucking clients at the brothel other than her husband and was getting paid handsomely for it. That explains how she can afford her new expensive jewelry. Personally, if a whore is as hot as the empress, I’ll pay handsomely too.

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