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Marquis de Sade's Justine (Blu-ray)

Product Details

  • Manufacturer Redemption (US)
  • Stock Level In stock

Filled with ghoulish rituals and SM excess!

Based on the infamous Marquis de Sade's novel Justine: The Misfortunes of Virtue and starring the highly underrated actress and former Royal girlfriend Koo Stark as a virtuous innocent who chooses the path of goodness as she sets out on her own in life, the film is a dark tale of sexual depravity and Sadean excess. While Justine finds horror, death and pain at every turn, her sister, the cunning and amoral Julliette (Lydia Lisle), chooses a path of sex and debauchery and finds only happiness.

'I was reminded of The Perils of Pauline by the way it propelled Justine into situations that go from bad to worse... one has her on a huge flaming cross as a horde of pasty-faced ghouls preside over the event.'
- Bob Sargent ('European Trash Cinema')

Released here under its original title and in a new master created from the original materials, The Marquis de Sade's Justine is an SM cinema classic.

'Koo Stark is brilliant as Justine... innocent, naive, beautiful, and virtuous'
- Giovanni Pistachio (

Director: Chris Boger

Cast: Koo Stark, Martin Potter, Lydia Lisle, Katherine Kath, Hope Jackman, Maggie Peterson, Barry McGinn, Louis Ife, Jason White, Ann Michelle, Malou Cartwright, David Masterman, Ian Mckay, Alan Rebbeck, Jeannie Collings, Jennifer Guy, Barbara Eatwell, Glory Annen, Echo Strade, International Crisis, Ken Hicks, Ian Cullen, Joanna Andrews, Yvonne Quentet, Jaz.


  • Mastered in HD from the uncensored 35mm negative, previously unreleased
  • Interview with director Chris Boger
  • Interview with screenwriter Ian Cullen
  • Alternate title sequences
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Photo gallery


Technical Details

BBFC Rating: 18

System: 1080p High Definition

Region: All Regions

Year: 1977

Language: English

Subtitles: None

Weight: 105g

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