The release date was 1978 according to Libertinage but given the presence of Jane Baker 1981 is a bit more likely.
- Alban Ceray as Rodolph Demonge plays Monsieur Paul Pasquier
- Jean-Pierre Armand as Jean-Pierre Mahault plays man in gym
- Gil Lagardère (as Dominique Saint-Clair, plays the young photographer, Bertrand
- Dominique Aveline, uncredited, plays man in gym
Before the credits Sophie Duflot masturbates with the tube of a vacuum cleaner (switched on apparently).
The vacuum lady is Christine, the young potential second wife of Alban Ceray (Monsieur Pasquier, an architect). Jane Baker (Mathilde) is his secretary. Alban has received a black and white photo of a nude girl with breast, face and pubes removed, with a cut-out of the breasts which Jane Baker shows him how to fit into the picture. b/g with Jane Baker follows.
In the next scene two girls dressed identically and wearing curly black wigs and dark glasses are models at a photoshoot around a sports car. One of these is Elisa (Marilyn Jess), the daughter of M. Pasquier. After Marilyn leaves, Colette, the other girl (Laura Clair) b/g in car with Bertrand (Gil Lagardère)
Marilyn arrives home in petulant mood - she is jealous of her future stepmother.
Marilyn goes out with a boyfriend, possibly Bertrand? - fumbling? in dark alley or similar - a very dark scene.
Marilyn goes to stay with Collette - who is revealed to be a blonde, g/g.
At another photoshoot, Marilyn and friend have a b/g/g session with Gil.
Alban gets a mysterious message to meet the girl in the picture at a luxury house with a swimming pool. He has sex with a masked woman on a lilo in the pool.
Marilyn and girlfriend go to a gym and have their way with Jean-Pierre Armand and Dominique Aveline.
Various b/g episodes between Alban and his screen wife (and the vacuum cleaner) are interspersed with the above.
Finally there is an orgy at the luxury house with Alban, his wife, the masked girl, Jane Baker, Gil and Jean-Pierre - the masked girl gives head to Alban but Gil cries out 'Non Elisa', not with 'ton père'.
Finally the head arrives to be inserted in the picture - one side Colette, but the other is Elisa.