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When he read it, her urged her to publish it, which she later did under, this pen name. The movie could have been filmed hardcore without inserts. The book details a harness O wears while at Roissy that holds a series of increasingly larger anal plugs to widen that track to make it more accessible for men who prefer that opening. As it is, the viewer never winces at anything that happens to O.
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Sir Stephen in turn sends O to the estate of Anne-Marie, who trains young women to be even more compliant than they were when they left Roissy.
O is brutally whipped on her first day there, but only that one time.
The film opens with O (Corinne Cléry, Hitch Hike) being taken by her lover to a chateau in the Parisian suburb of Roissy.
While in the car along the way, she is prepared for her arrival by removing her bra and panties, after which he blindfolds her and ties her wrists behind her back.
When he arrives, the young man finds O in a copy of the torture chamber at Anne-Marie's Sir Stephen had made especially for her, tied between two columns, having just been savagely whipped. In the final scene, O is taken to a costume party, naked, but wearing an elaborate owl’s-head mask. The guests inspect her as if she were a moving object and not a human being. Pauline Réage wrote Histoire d’O as a love letter to her husband, Jean Paulhan.