Veil of Blood/Vampire Exctasy, written and directed by Joseph Sarno, begins with nudity and a cauldron, a night exterior of a coven of young women, women experiencing each other, shown mostly in medium close shot, collectively bringing one specific passive member of their group to the building excitement of climax. Not quite cutting on movement, it then abruptly ends the scene during the orgasm without revealing wether the group would turn its attention to the next member, the scene shifting to a train in the countryside in an afternoon exterior with a female being met at the station by a male, both characters introduced during this new establishing shot, the nighttime establishing shot exterior scene having now become a more secretive, undisclosed location.
Writing a review on Justine and Julliette, directed by Mac Ahlberg as Bert Torn but haven't time to type it in other blog while revising novel. The film is explicit and is more than nude glamour (not entirely a lesbian plot), particularly for the time period. But its Swedish and directed by Mac Ahlberg. Greta GarboInga