Utter drivel - refer to my review of another of Polanski's put-ons, Fearless Vampire Killers, to see what this is comparable to. Young girl runs away from an attempted rape, ends up meeting Marcello Mastroianni and his coterie of perverts who all proceed to lust after her. That's it. Rampant nudity prevents total boredom, but the humor is juvenile and you'll want it to stop (even though it won't). A print of Francis Bacon's famous painting Pope Innocent X (After Delacroix) makes a cameo appearance.
Director: Roman Polanski
Year Released: 1973