Woman Times Seven (Sette Volte Donna in Italian) is a 1967 Italian/French/American co-production anthology film of seven different episodes, all starring Shirley MacLaine with most based on aspects of adultery. Filmed in Paris, the wardrobe was done by Pierre Cardin, jewellery by Van Cleef & Arpels, furs by Henri Stern, and hairdressing by Louis Alexandre Raimon.
Leading a walking funeral procession behind the hearse containing the remains of her late husband, a widow is propositioned by her family doctor (Peter Sellers). Vittorio DeSica has a cameo as one of the mourners.
Surprised by her husband (Rossano Brazzi) in bed with her best friend, a shocked wife vows to have sex with the first man she sees as revenge. She meets a flourish of strumpets who help her accomplish her goal.
A Scotsman (Clinton Greyn) and an Italian (Vittorio Gassman) are invited to the room of a translator who reads T.S. Elliot in the nude. Linda has a photo of her lover (Marlon Brando) on a table.