TrasgredireJanuary 28, 2000
While scouting out apartments in London for her Venetian boyfriend, Carla rents an apartment that overlooks the Thames. There she meet the lesbian hyper-horny real estate agent Moira.
Release Year: 2000
Rating: 5.6/10 (1,493 voted)
Stars: Yuliya Mayarchuk, Jarno Berardi, Francesca Nunzi
In London, the Venetian Carla Borin is searching an apartment to share with her beloved boyfriend Matteo. She meets the lesbian real estate agent Moira and rents a large apartment. When the jealous Matteo finds some pictures and letters from her former lover Bernard in Venice, he hangs up the phone and the upset and amoral Carla has a brief affair with Moira and intercourse with an acquaintance in a party. When Matteo comes to London, he concludes that his lust for Carla is more important than his jealousy and her behavior.
Writers: Tinto Brass, Carla Cipriani
Release Date: 28 January 2000
Filming Locations: Cubitt Wharf, Storers Quay, Isle of Dogs, London, England, UK
Did You Know?
The title is presented in reference guides as TRA(SGRE)DIRE and in the film itself with the middle four letters smaller than the rest of the title. The verb "Trasgredire" translates from Italian as "to transgress" while the verb "Tradire" (minus the "sgre") translates as "to betray."
Who is in charge?
good eye candy-lesbian experimentation-voyeur style
This movie was pretty shocking at first, but shortly became just
ridiculous, it was filled with silly scenes, and no real plot, lots of
genitalia even more than derrière. If you are looking for a
titillating, plot less, sex-filled, gratification centered, Italian
dud…this would be my pick. I suppose it would have helped to know
that subtitles weren't available on this film, but after a few minutes
one understands that no subtitles are necessary, as it is easy to
figure out, without them. Good to watch if you are enticed by lipstick
lesbian love, and Italian horny boys and girls doing it. Great eye
candy, and masturbation material/sex material. It was visually and
physically exciting, but mentally void of anything worthwhile.