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A well-known politician woman receives a tape showing her son in a porno movie. She decides to hire a female detective to figure out who is trying to black-mail her.

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Myriam Mézières ...
Mélinda
Françoise Giret ...
Catherine Desprès
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Françoise Bourgeois
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Isa-Marguerite
Liza Braconnier ...
Madame Mado
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Jacques des Grieux
Nanette Corey ...
Natacha
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Colonel Bourgeois
Dominique Erlanger ...
Domino
Noël Simsolo ...
Ferdinand Desprès
Huguette Dathane ...
Lancelote
Natacha Karenoff ...
Mistigri
Valérie Wilson ...
Mylène
Jean Droze ...
Albéric
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Victor-Marcel
Andrew Moore ...
Andrew
Serge Casado ...
Videur
Jack Gatteau ...
Jacky
Antonio Diaz ...
L'opérateur qui filme la partouze
Mona Heftre ...
Mona Mour (as Mona Mour)
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Alain
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La pipeuse masquée du générique / Une partouzarde
Benoît Archenoul ...
(uncredited)
Denise Farchy ...
La vieille lesbienne au Shanghaï-Lili (uncredited)
Lisbeth Heulle ...
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Directed by

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Paul Vecchiali

Written by

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Noël Simsolo ... (scenario and dialogue) and
Paul Vecchiali ... (scenario and dialogue)

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Jean-François Davy ... producer

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Roland Vincent

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Georges Strouvé ... director of photography

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Françoise Merville
Paul Vecchiali

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Martine Boullier ... first assistant editor
Franck Mathieu ... assistant editor (as Frank Mathieu)

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Jacky Bouban ... key makeup artist

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Patrick Joubert ... production manager

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Jean-Claude Biette ... second assistant director
Jacques Gibert ... first assistant director
Jean-Claude Guiguet ... second assistant director

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Pierre Bellot ... flower decorator
Jean-Paul Savignac ... set dresser

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Jacques Gauron ... sound
Dominique Hennequin ... sound mixer

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Guy Trielli ... special effects
Paul Trielli ... special effects

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Robert Atellian ... key grip (as Robert Atelian)
Luigi Bisioli ... key electrician
Jean Castagnier ... assistant camera
Félix Chiapolini ... electrician (as Felix Chiappolini)
Alain Venisse ... still photographer

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Marcel Azzola ... musician: Accordéon et bandonéon
Roland Vincent ... music recordist

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Aline Lecomte ... script girl (as Aline Le Comte)

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Chantal Cohen ... production secretary
Gilbert Guez ... press relations

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Plot Summary

Françoise is very appreciated in the prominent Parisian political circles and has a serious chance of becoming a minister. The only snag is a filthy blackmail with regard to her son, Andrew who once got caught up in shady porn movies as an actor. She decides to ask a private investigator, Melinda to investigate the case. Melinda recruits her girlfriend Natasha to search, and together they lead them to a dubious Shanghai-Lily nightclub. Here they are waiting for transvestites, lesbians, prostitutes, fanciful orgies in masks, encounter a necrophilic deviation and gradually come into direct danger of life. Death and murder, like drugs and vice, are part of an environment in which both women continue to search, without any doubt as to whether or not they can unravel the threads that someone else is pulling. Written by lament

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Also Known As
  • Change Hands (World-wide, English title)
  • The Blackmail (United States)
  • Şantaj (Turkey, Turkish title)
  • A Chantagem (Brazil)
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  • 86 min
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Movie Connections Edited into Spasms of the Opera (1975). See more »

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