IMDb Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062711/
Director: Roger Vadim
Jane Fonda, John Phillip Law, Anita Pallenberg, Milo O'Shea, Marcel Marceau, Claude Dauphin, V?ronique Vendell, David Hemmings, Ugo Tugnazzi.
n the 41st century, the president of Earth asks "five-star double rated astronautical aviatrix" Barbarella (Fonda) to find missing scientist Duran Duran (or "Durand Durand" depending on your source info).
Duran is the inventor of the positronic ray, the most powerful weapon in a pacified universe. If Barbarella fails, it could mean the return of war.
In her shag-carpeted spaceship of love, Barbarella crash-lands on Planet 16 of the Tau Seti system, and is immediately set upon by cruel children and man-eating dolls. They shred her fishnet stockings before she's rescued by Mark Hand (Ugo Tognazzi). Barbarella rewards Hand by making love with him--but not with a pill. The old-fashioned way.
Later, dressed in a feather boa and plastic Nancy Sinatra boots, Barbarella decides she likes that kind of love-making so much that she does it again with the next person she meets. He's a blind angel named Pygar (Law), whom she encounters in the Labyrinth of Night after crashing her spaceship a second time.
Afterward, Professor Ping (the great mime Marcel Marceau, who actually speaks in this film) explains that she must go to the corrupt city of Sogo. Flying to Sogo, Pygar and Barbarella engage in a pitched dogfight with the Great Tyrant's Black Guards before crashing yet again.
In Sogo Barbarella encounters a city filled with extras from Laugh-In, dressed in vintage French S&M drag. She meets the Great Tyrant (Pallenberg), who's dressed in Paco Rabanne and has a big horn in her head. The tyrant abducts Pygar.
Barbarella is attacked by killer budgies, then sucked underground by Dildano (David Hemmings), the head of the resistance. They have sex--but not the old-fashioned way. With a pill. Barbarella changes again, this time into black lame with a plastic breast cup.
The tyrant's Concierge (O'Shea) captures Barbarella and puts her in his Excessive Machine, a kind of lethal orgasmatron. But she proves too much for the machine, causing it to burst into flames. That's when Barbarella recognizes that the Concierge is actually the missing Duran Duran.
He imprisons her with the Queen of the Night and makes plans to take over the throne and destroy the Labyrinth with the positronic ray. Can Barbarella escape before Duran Duran prevails?
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