In the winter of 1590, Hendrik Goltzius, the celebrated Dutch printer, painter and engraver, persuades his patron, the liberal-minded Margrave of Alsace to pay for a printing press which will enable him to create an extraordinary deluxe edition of the Old Testament featuring frank illustrations of such erotic tales as the story of Lot and his daughters, the adultery of David and Bathsheba, and the seduction of Joseph by Potiphar's Wife. In order to make the deal more attractive to the Margrave and his court, Goltzius, along with the male and female members of his Pelican Printing Company, offers to stage live dramatizations of six biblical tales, each of which will demonstrate a different sexual taboo...
Giulio Berruti....Thomas Boethius
Vincent Riotta....Ricardo del Monte
Anne Louise Hassing....Susannah
Truus de Boer....Sophie
Francesco De Vito....Rabbi Moab
Pippo Delbono....Samuel van Gouda
Ramsey Nasr....Hendrick Goltzius
Stefano Scherini....Johannes Cleaver
Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database.