The film that anointed Gloria Guida as the queen of the sex comedy. Armed with her false innocence, the young actress gladly takes a shower, reveals her thighs up to her knickers as she goes up a ladder, gets her dress caught in a bus creating a scene in the centre of Bologna, and zips around on a scooter in a variety of miniskirts. The film is full of hilarious misunderstandings, keeps a steady pace, and is not afraid to take some mocking stabs. Adolfo Celi plays a judge with a Hitler moustache who is waging an all-out war in order to re-establish lost morality, by accumulating piles of indecent material in his office. The Hon. Vittorio Caprioli only gets aroused when signing his name, and Gloria Guida allows him to do so with a marker on her naked body. The respectable Dr. Luciano Salce requires a nurse in revealing clothes (once again, Gloria Guida is on hand to help him out). Lino Banfi keeps a lower profile: he is tormented by a primal hunger and prefers a plate of spaghetti to the charms of his extra-large girlfriend.
The attractive Giorgia and her overweight sister inherit a house, which they convert into a boarding house. Giorgia doesn’t hesitate to use seduction to attract new customers. An upstanding judge investigates, convinced that the boarding house is a den of iniquity and immorality. He turns out to be right, but he’s no angel himself. The sisters manage to sell the house to a doctor, who turns it into a clinic.