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When two house slaves get conflicting orders fron the staff, they have to fight each other to save their asses, literally. As the Upper Floor fills with guests come to enjoy the kinky Sunday brunch, Bella is told by the Steward that she is the Senior Slave and as such, she is to motivate the other slaves to get all the guests' cocks hard and all the pussies wet. Meanwhile, Mogul has decided that Juliette is the Senior Slave, and orders her and the other slaves to clear all the tables. The result is an all out cat fight that ends with one slave getting fucked into submission, and the other taking charge for the day. As Bella and Juliette sratch each other's pussies out, the lowest ranked trainee Nikki Darling is ordered out of the room and taken to the lounge, when she is make to smack her own pussy to orgasm as the guests sip champagne and begin to play among themselves. When Mr. Grey shows up, the slaves are falling all over each other to get his huge cock out of his pants and into their slutty holes. The house slaves' hot fucking and sucking inspire an orgy and the room is soon filled with whips, screams, cock sucking and fucking.
In a ruined Italian monastery-turned-Allied hospital in World War II, a mysterious amnesiac patient, severely burned from a plane crash, is cared for by a devoted young nurse. Through flashbacks, the story of the man's past, a tale of wartime intrigue and forbidden love in the sands of North Africa, unfolds. Ralph Fiennes, Juliette Binoche, Kristin Scott Thomas and Willem Dafoe star in director/scripter Anthony Minghella's lush, romantic adaptation of the Michael Ondaatje novel; winner of seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Director and Supporting Actress. 162 min.
Mad love. Two physicians, one old and one young, fall in love with the same woman, Juliette, a quixotic hairdresser. First, she is with Raoul, the older one; then passion for Clément, the younger doctor, takes over. Raoul fights back, playing on Clément's guilt and Juliette's lack of self-assurance; then, Clément makes his case to Juliette, abandons his fiancée, and takes her to the provinces where he sets up practice and asks her to have a baby. She panics and abruptly leaves Clément, taking up with Raoul again. When she contracts Hodgkin's disease and the treatment does no good, Raoul believes she has the malady of love. Is there a cure?