Three beautiful girls of the same family two sisters, one cousin arrive at the mysterious castle of their descendants for the reading of a dead aunt's will.
But either way, Forså's innocent looks, combined with an uninhibited performance, make Butterflies a true blue classic.
For Hersh's efforts he received a Pulitzer Prize.
Nebe, the backgrounds of many of the actors, quotes from Peggy Steffans and Eric Edwards on the films, the production schedules of all three features, and behind-the-scenes tidbits which somehow didn't manage to pop up in the featurettes or commentaries! One of her stand-out scenes is crawling into bed with Pauline, Toni's lover, and waxes poetic about her sensitive breasts, forcing Pauline's hands to touch them and send her into orgasmic panting.
This would be Marie Forsa's first film for Sarno and it is also her least important.
A couple of paranormal investigators whose car has broken down in the mountains soon join the guest list.