On the eve of World War II in Paris, a timid American has a brief affair with a handsome novelist. This encounter leads her to take a job penning erotic short stories, through which she discovers her own sexuality. Unrated version available.
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Delta of Venus -- A struggling American writer (England) and a fellow American expatriate (Mandylor) begin a sordid affair among the chaos and discord of 1940 Paris, France on the brink of World War II.
Loosely based on the experiences of groundbreaking novelist Anaïs Nin and set against the backdrop of looming war in Europe, this erotic drama follows a young woman as she travels to France in 1939 to pursue her dream of being a writer. While in France, she meets a wealthy and handsome French novelist who contracts her into writing erotica for a dollar a page and is launched on a journey of sexual self-discovery. Starring Costas Mandylor ("Saw III," "Beowulf").
A American writer living in Paris takes a job writing erotic fiction to make ends meet. She quickly discovers, however, that it's difficult to write off life's sensual pleasures when one has not experienced them and so, sets off to educate herself.
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