Capriccio is an erotic tale from the notorious butt-worshipper Tinto Brass.
A married couple (Nicola Warren and Andy J. Forrest) returns to Italy
shortly after WW II. He is researching a project for UNESCO, but both
are looking forward to picking up where they left off during the war with their
Italian lovers, Luigi Laezza and Francesca Dellera. He has little
trouble climbing back into bed with Rosa (Dellera), but she has more
trouble finding Ciro (Laezza). Both end up realizing that things that
happened in Italy were better left in Italy.
Along the way, Tinto uses every opportunity to show loving looks at
generous backsides, and manages full frontal from both Nicola Warren
and Francesca Dellera. Some of the sex is steaming hot, and the
relationships seem believable, so this is one of Tinto's
better efforts, and a solid example of Eurotica.
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