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O Pequeno Dicionário de um Libertino (2000)
Na Paris do século 18, o filósofo Diderot está criando a primeira enciclopédia da história. Um tanto liberado sexualmente, ele tenta achar a melhor descrição para ética em uma maison cheia de mulheres animadas e ao mesmo tempo conseguir a aprovação de um bispo que caça rebeldes intelectuais.
The ‘philosopher’ (modernist intellectual of the French 18th-century Enlightenment) Denis Diderot is part of an aristocratic circle which practices the libertarian principles on the rural castle estate of the baron of Holbach, and prints their forbidden publication, the Encyclopédie, drowning the noise of the presses in Jewish assistant Abraham’s organ playing. Then arrives Madame Therbouche, a flirtatious painter, from the Prussian metropolis Berlin, and convinces Diderot to pose for her more daring then his idol fellow-philosopher Voltaire in Berlin: in the nude, leading to an animated row with his wife Antoinette, still naked except for a very unsteady sheet, all over the estate’s park. Worse, the saucy scene is witnessed by a feared visitor, Holbach’s brother the Cardinal, who is hunting for the illegal Encyclopaedia printers; to divert him, the baroness confesses her real and imagined sins since years and next sends in every female to do the same, later joined spontaneously by