The country estate of Rödbergshyttan is surrounded by heavily fragrant roses in every color. There lives the beautiful Gabriella, who Christer loves, and an invitation to their engagement party is the reason for Puck and Einar to travel there. But the rose-scented idyll soon turn into a stifling background when Puck finds Gabriella's grandfather poisoned in his bed. Little by little we learn that the relations between the people living at the estate is everything but uncomplicated, and that there is a sexual frustration behind every well polished marriage. The question is to what extent beautiful Gabriella is involved in the intrigues and how much of a coincidence it is that her grandfather is killed just when Christer is in the house.
Writer:Maria Lang (novel), Kerstin Gezelius (screenplay), Alexander Onofri (screenplay), Inger Scharis (script editor)
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Peter W (gb) wrote: This movie is all over the place! Not a terrible effort, but a sloppy script.
Michael M (es) wrote: A study in the breakdown of interpersonal communication and those small, crucial moments that can define or destroy a relationship.
tony h (it) wrote: Well thats a couple of hours i wont get back! Terrible, just terrible. Save your eyes and dont watch it.
Joshua T (us) wrote: Seriously, this is one of the most pointless, plotless and boring movies I have ever sat all the way through.
Private U (jp) wrote: This is an unbelievably bad movie. The same club encounter virtually played over and over again. I was *this* close to leaving the theatre--as was everyone else in the room.
Emmanuel S (ca) wrote: This film does not work as well as the stage version does.
Christopher F (mx) wrote: One of the most over the top, rediculous movies ive ever seen. And i loved it.
Simon P (us) wrote: A couple of amusing moments but it's generally weak and lacks the humour of the first film. The best gags come at the expense of Lt Mauser, a poor man's Captain Harris. Bobcat Goldthwait is, of course, fantastic and the only thing stopping me from grading this film any lower.
Brandon L (de) wrote: it was sort of fun, and sort of comical, and sort of bizarre, but i think it made best of its intentions, and i learned a thing or two about Shakespeare's plays/
Indira S (jp) wrote: Newman looks so much like Brando here, lovely :)
Greg W (au) wrote: another winner from early bunuel.
Caitlin L (it) wrote: Love this series. Great to see the old gang back together.
Shawn W (fr) wrote: A ophiologist slowly transforms his new assistant into a king cobra with his immunization serum. An unfortunate case of a student taking the wrong job. The box says open auditions were held for all pet snakes who wanted to become movie stars.