O filme "Phantasmes" de 1975 é este:
http://requiemforjeanrollin.blogspot.pt ... asmes.html (artigo com screenshots e análise)
Não existe nenhum trailer oficial, mas mesmo que existisse, não seria possível mostrá-lo no DVD Mania, pois trata-se de um filme porno hard-core. O que eu estou a fazer neste momento é a criar um trailer e/ou excertos com cenas não explícitas, ou seja segmentos perfeitamente normais, da mesma forma estou a tirar screenshots não explícitos.Due to the commercial failures of both La rose de fer and Lèvres de sang, Rollin again had no choice but to direct another adult sex film for financial reasons as there was no possible way to produce a feature film for the foreseeable future. Phantasmes (Once Upon a Virgin) was written and directed by Rollin for release in 1975 and was the first and only pornographic film in which he was credited under his own name for the fact that he liked what he did in the film. Rollin mentioned that the film is his "first and final attempt at a serious" adult film, wanting to create a film that didn't just "poke fun at sex". The score for Phantasmes is considered one of the films best attributes, courtesy of composer Didier William Lepauw of Lèvres de sang. Between 1976 and 1977, his work consisted strictly of hardcore pornographic films as there was a lack of money and producers reluctant to fund any new mainstream projects due to his previous commercial failures. Seven porn films were produced within this period under his pseudonym, Michel Gentil, and one of which, Suce moi vampire (Suck Me Vampire: the hardcore version of Lèvres de sang), he credited himself as Michel Gand. His 1976 hardcore film Douces pénétraitions marked the final time the Castel Twins would appear together working for Rollin, and the final time Marie-Pierre would work with him altogether. Catherine would continue to appear in his films for several years.
Jean Rollin returned in 1978, when he wrote and directed the highly successful Les raisins de la mort (The Grapes of Death) which has been considered the first French gore film. It has been described as one of the most pivotal films in his entire canon and is seen as a rare departure from his usual dreamlike and poetic works. Following the negative reception and commercial failures of his previous films and having to direct pornographic pictures, Rollin eventually gained financial backing to produce his next mainstream feature. The story here features a young woman, Elisabeth (Marie-Georges Pascal) who is travelling to a secluded vineyard in the mountains owned by her fiancé. There she discovers that the local residents who occupy the village have been transformed into mindless zombies by a dangerous pesticide which contaminated the grapes growing at the vineyard following a wine festival which occurred some days before. The film includes pornographic actress Brigitte Lahaie, in her first mainstream role, as Rollin was the first French director to recognise her acting capabilities and offer her much more prominent roles in his subsequent films. Rollin stated that Les raisins de la mort was his "first traditional, almost conventional, production" which was due to the fact that the film acquired solid finances with made a change and with special effects supplied by Italian experts. Claude Becognee served as director of photography with additionally added to the film's success. Rollin would credit that much of the film's success to Marie-Georges Pascal's portrayal of Elisabeth, whom he would recall delivered a very "moving" performance in the film. Les raisins de la mort was shot in the deserted mountain region of Les Cévennes. The film is often referred to as being seminal to George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead. However, it has more in common with Jorge Grau's 1974 Spanish-Italian horror film Let Sleeping Corpse's Lie (also known as The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue). The film does not follow the tradition zombie method, instead, Rollin's zombies centre on madness with a strong environmentally conscious message. As he has mentioned, the zombies "have retained their consciousness" and they finally "suffer for what they are". With the film as a notable success, Rollin would continue with pornographic films under a new pseudonym, Robert Xavier, while retaining the Michel Gentil credit. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Rollin)
Portanto os vídeos e fotos que irei mostrar serão inocentes, na pior das hipóteses irá apenas aparecer uma actriz nua ao longe, ou com um véu transparente.
Em princípio não antevejo nenhum problema com o futuro post que pretendo criar, devido ao elevado interesse e curiosidade dos leitores, perante um caso insólito de pornografia gótica, poética e "arthouse", que de certo gostarão de ler o que eu escrever e espreitar algumas cenas feitas com seriedade (poéticas ou góticas) no(s) meu clip(s). Eu próprio também estava ultra-curioso, desde que li o artigo do wikipedia acima, e depois de eu ter visto o filme, justifica-se eu ir falar dele aqui.
Mas preocupa-me criar um mau precedente para o fórum, e que de repente surjam membros a analisar filmes pornos "porque o Zé também o fez!". É para evitar isso, que faço este pedido de excepção formal, com circunstâncias especiais, à consideração do Rui Santos. Assim se mais alguém descobrir e quiser comentar ou apresentar um filme pornográfico, devido a alguma circunstância ou contexto de excepção, também deverá fazer um pedido, com justificação.
Resumindo, não irei criar tópico para o filme pornográfico, mas irei comentá-lo no futuro tópico do realizador, com vídeos das cenas não porno, no fundo é apenas isso. Depois de eu fazer o tal artigo sobre o filme, se o Rui Santos quiser, poderá fazer algum reparo ou até mesmo reprovar o artigo.