A Justified Treatment Trailer

A Justified Treatment Trailer (1990)

03 February 1990 27 mins

From Boccaccio's "La précaution inutile". Jean, a rich old merchant, is blessed with a young and beautiful wife. Although Bianca is absolutely faithful, he, tormented by jealousy, accuses her of the worst depravities.

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Cast

Marina Pierro

as Bianca

Florence Laigle

as Francesca

Crew

Walerian Borowczyk

Walerian Borowczyk Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

France 03 February 1990

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