Nana, the True Key of Pleasure is a 1982 Italian drama film directed by Dan Wolman based on Émile Zola's novel Nana. The music is by Ennio Morricone.
At only 18 years of age (according to some sources she was 16), German actress Katya Berger plays the title role in Israeli director Dan Wolman's 1982 costume drama Nana. The Italian film was released as Nana: La vera chiave del piacere in Italian and Nana, the True Key of Pleasure in English.
In Zola's Paris, an ingenue arrives at a tony bordello: she's Nana, guileless, but quickly learning to use her erotic innocence to get what she wants. She's an actress for a soft-core filmmaker and soon is the most popular courtesan in Paris, parlaying this into a house, bought for her by a wealthy banker. She tosses him and takes up with her neighbor, a count of impeccable rectitude, and with the count's impressionable son. The count is soon fetching sticks like a dog and mortgaging his lands to satisfy her whims. She bankrupts him, arranges the debauching of his wife, and seduces his son on his wedding day. What else can she accomplish before she leaves Paris airborne?Director: Dan Wolman.
Writers: Émile Zola (novel), Marc Behm (screenplay).
Cast: Katya Berger
, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Yehuda Efroni, Mandy Rice-Davies, Massimo Serato, Debra Berger, Shirin Taylor, Annie Belle, Paul Muller, Marcus Beresford, Robert Bridges.Italy, 1982.
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