|Directed by||Robert Fuest|
|Produced by||Adolphe Viezzi|
|7 July 1982|
Aphrodite is a 1982 French–Swiss soft-core sex film directed by Robert Fuest. The film is inspired by the novel Aphrodite: mœurs antiques by Pierre Louÿs and stars Valérie Kaprisky and Horst Buchholz. The story follows a group of visitors who come to an island where they are involved in different sexual liaisons.
Aphrodite was the final theatrical film by Robert Fuest. The film was shot in a studio at Hauts-de-Seine in France. The film is a French-Swiss co-production between Films de la Tour and Scipion Films.
- Horst Buchholz as Harry Laird
- Valérie Kaprisky as Pauline
- Delia Boccardo as Barbara
- Capucine as Lady Suzanne Stanford
- Catherine Jourdan as Valerie
- Yves Massard as Baron Orloff
- Daniel Beretta as Mark
- Monica Nickel as Julie
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- "Credits". British Film Institute. BFI Film & Television Database. Retrieved December 27, 2013.
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