Eugénie, Soledad Miranda’s first truly starring role, is based on the Marquis de Sade’s Eugenie de Franval, and it is a very faithful adaptation by Jess Franco. Eugénie is the daughter of Albert de Franval (Paul Muller), an acclaimed writer who, under the pen name “Radeck,” is engaged in researching sexual perversion. Eugénie is a shy, bookish girl whose chance discovery of one of Albert’s erotic books unleashes a powerful incestuous attraction. When he becomes aware of this, he introduces her to his sadistic philosophy and they quickly become partners in sexual crime. Also with André Montchall and Greta Schmidt. (Totally Uncut).
On August 18, 1970, Soledad Miranda was killed in a head-on-collision on the Costa do Sol highway between Estoril and Lisbon in Portugal. She was 27.