Seek out his 70's film's and those 80's flicks referenced above for something more indicative of his better efforts.
There is some nudity, and a lesbian scene, as well as some killing but this film is mainly sedate throughout only showing some action in the final period.
I find something oddly compelling about most of his work, but my wife detests all of it, as do most of my friends who I've subjected to his world.
This isn't a film for everybody, but it somehow holds your attention with its strangeness and would probably suit Rollin fans than the general watcher of films.
Generally shot with the crumbling ruins of European cemeteries and castles as his backdrops, all of his films evoke a wonderful otherworldly feel for an American audience.
A real departure from Rollin's usual style with characters that seem almost cut from another type of genre completely.
With problems from the outset it nearly never saw the light of day but since it was first shown in France it has gained some popularity amongst some people.
As the film progresses we see why Michelle and Marie are like what they are, and how an unlikely bond forms between the girls.