Synopsis by Hal Erickson
French filmmaker Maurice Cloche's only 1952 production (and his last effort until 1954) was Domenica. Filmed on the island of Corsica, the story concerns a restless young girl named Domenica (Odile Versois). Anxious to experience life on the mainland, she attaches herself to the first man who pays attention to her, young art-student Patrice (Alain Quiercy). Only when it is too late does Patrice discover that Domenica is mentally unbalanced. The film ran into censorship problems in the U.S. because of a brief "topless" sequence involving Odile Versois.