Maitresse A film by Barbet Schroeder

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A young man (Gerard Depardieu) falls for the mysterious dominatrix (Bulle Ogier). As it develops their relationship begins to mirror the power games of the bordello and they become unable to separate it from the perversions of the chamber below. 

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