Lucrezia giovane (1974)

Director: Luciano Ercoli (as Andre Colbert)
Studio: T.R.A.C.

Starring: Simonetta Stefanelli, Massimo Foschi, Ettore Manni, Anna Orso, Paolo Malco, Elizabeth Turner, Fred Robsahm, Raffaele Curi, Aldo Reggiani, Piero Lulli, Teodoro Corra, Edoardo Florio, Guglielmo Spoletini, Giovanni Petrucci, Annamaria Tornello.

—In the early-16th century, the mighty Borgia family, Cesare Borgia and his pitiless sister Lucrezia rule all Italy. Cesare, incestuously in love with his sister, commits a crime and starts a war campaign in Romagna. Lucrezia, meanwhile, gets pregnant. Cesare returns victorious from the war, and the Pope is then forced to separate his two children
—Simonetta Stefanelli stars as Lucrezia Borgia in Luciano Ercoli’s version of the early life of this fascinating historical persona. If the accuracy of the historical facts may be drawn into question, Ercoli certainly cannot be contested in his attempt to bring all the more sensational and lascivious details to the screen. The film is actually very good looking, and Stefanelli is a gorgeous Lucrezia. Simonetta Stefanelli performers as the pitiless Lucrezia Borgia in Luciano Ercoli’s take on the Borgia household. During the early 16th century, Italy is governed by the mighty Borgia family, directed by Cesar Borgia and his cousin Lucrezia (Martine Carol). In a ruthless power play, Cesare plots to have his sister’s spouse murdered. But lacking her brother’s understanding, Lucretia has taken a durable lover who will challenge the Borgias, but Cesar’s love for his cousin will once again contribute to the decline of Lucrezia’s partner and unite the 2 friends in an incestuous connection