Vortice mortale (1993)

Director: Ruggero Deodato

Starring: Philippe Caroit, Ilaria Borrelli, Katarzyna Figura, Barbara Ricci, Laurence Regnier, Laszlo Borbely, Claudia Pozzi, Yorgo Voyagis, Vilmos Kolba, Karoly Medriczky, Sandor Boros, Tamas Pinter, Agnes David.

—Set in Budapest, the story revolves around three peculiar sisters (Vida, Ludmilla, and Maria), Vida’s boyfriend/pimp Yuri, and a police inspector who is called to the house after Ludmilla reports seeing Yuri’s body inside their washing machine. When the police arrive, they find no signs of any dead body whatsoever and pretty much dismiss the whole incident after hearing from Vida and Maria that Ludmilla is an alcoholic and just imagined the whole thing. The case is far from closed, however, as Yuri, the supposed victim, is nowhere to be found, and the sisters keep contacting the inspector with more information and accusations against one another. Alexander quickly finds himself increasingly drawn into the sisters’ lives. In fact, he’s basically seduced by each one in turn. The deeper he goes, the more he begins to realize that there is much more to each of these girls than meets the eye. He doesn’t know the half of it, as a myriad of plot twists await him as well as the viewer before The Washing Machine’s spin cycle of erotic suspense reaches its conclusion
—A police detective investigates the murder of a man found dismembered in a washing machine and is drawn into a web of deceit and murder by the dead man’s lover, Vida, and her two sisters, Sissy and Ludmilla. AKA The Washing Machine.