The Lickerish Quartet
From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
The Lickerish Quartet is a 1970 drama film produced and directed by Radley Metzger. The film was written by Metzger and Michael DeForrest and styled by Enrico Sabbatini. This was the last softcore film directed by Metzger. It was critically acclaimed upon its release especially by Andy Warhol and Vincent Canby as being one of the first films with graphic sex to have Hollywood like production values.
In their castle, a wealthy couple (Frank Wolff and Erika Remberg) watch a blue movie with their adult son, played by Paolo Turco. They decide to go into town and, at a local carnival, spot a woman (Silvana Venturelli) that looks just like one of the women in the movie and invite her over.