“Camille 2000” Review | Varied Celluloid

“Camille 2000” Review

Posted by Josh Samford On June - 29 - 2011

Hey everybody, we’re back with all sorts of sexy fun! Quick, hide the kids because today we’re looking at the European arthouse erotic classic “Camille 2000“, directed by Radley Metzger.

The Plot: Armand (Nino Castelnuovo) is a young man from a wealthy family who is newly visiting Rome from his home in America. Marguerite, also known as Camille due to her love for camellia flowers, immediately catches Armand’s eye. Seeking to learn more about this beautiful girl, he begins to follow her party habits and before long the two are spending a great deal of time with one another. Marguerite however isn’t the type to settle down, which is much to the dismay of Armand who wants her to be only his. These two lovers will have to overcome a number of obstacles along the way, most notably Armand’s father who would never have his son tied down to a woman of such low notoriety. Can their love make it through or will everything fall apart?

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