In medieval France, young lawyer Richard Courtois leaves Paris for the simpler life in the country. However, he is soon drawn into amorous a...更多>
Albertius: In a world where nothing is truly reasonable, nothing is truly mad. [Richard is nude and embarrassed] Maria: Don't worry, I have brothers. Richard Courtois: You're a melancholy fellow, Mathieu. Get yourself smartened up and we'll go to a brothel. Mathieu: Brothel? Richard Courtois: Well, there won't be one in this piss-arse town, but there'll be one in L'Avignon. Mathieu: Maitre, this is the brothel. Richard Courtois: What? Mathieu: The Abville Inn is the Abville Whorehouse. Richard Courtois: [incredulous] What, that skinny girl? Mathieu: They put it down as the "lodging tax." Richard Courtois: [of the priest's privately-expressed skepticism about witchcraft] Would you say all that in court? Albertius: Richard, I like it here; it's a very nice living. Having my balls burnt off in public might take some of the pleasure out of it. Richard Courtois: There must be priests in Hell. Albertius: Can't move for them. Maria: [cheerfully taking advantage of a hotel guest's morning hard-on] Waste not, want not!