Another triple bill of cult sexploitation classics. In 'Camille 2000' (1969), based on a story by Alexander Dumas, aristocratic woman-of-the-world Marguerite (Daniele Gaubert) falls for young buck Armand (Nino Castelnuovo), but sacrifices herself for the sake of his future and reputation. Richard O'Sullivan, of 'Man About the House' fame, stars in 'Can You Keep It Up for a Week?' (1974), a prime example of British mid-1970s big-screen smut-com. The quest for solid employment by a feckless no-hoper is the excuse for numerous sexual encounters with the bored housewives of English suburbia. In the classic swingers' drama 'Monique' (1969), an au pair girl has a decisive effect on her employers, neither of whom are able to resist her charms. Their profound mutual attraction soon plays itself out in an uninhibited menage a trois.