INHIBITION a film by Paul Price
Carol, a fascinating and very rich widow, arrives in Tunis, accompanied by her secretary Ann, to take possession of the inheritance left by her husband. In the aeroplane she had met Peter, a tramp who is going to visit his friend count Belamour in Tunis. Later on the three meet again, at the Skira market. Subsequently the ladies get acquainted with Robert, their new neighbour, who seems to impress Ann very favourably. In the evening Ann and Robert meet again at the beach and start a flirt. Carol, irritated, slaps Ann in the car and the girl runs away to reach Robert. In the evening Peter, on Carol's invita-tion, arrives at the villa where he plays cards with her and wins the horse winner of the "Grand Prix". Then he leaves, while other guests arrive and the party goes on all night. The next day, Ann comes to collect her luggage. Carol remains alone; her only companions being silence are the wind and the sea. Not even making love with Peter will fill the loneliness to which her selfishness has condemned her.