David Hamilton creates a new standard in erotic film photography with a lyrical tribute to the grace and beauty of very young women. Hamilton conceives a quiet world in the South of France, where a group beauties abide together in a remote country house. Their hours are passed unselfconsciously with one another - theirs is an idyllic life of innocence and the intimacy of shared moments is lovingly captured by Hamilton's soft frames. A haunting music score paces the gentle rhythms of the days these fauns spend together, far from the constraints of society. Hamilton has been called a "master of erotic photography" for books such as Dreams of a Young Girl, Sisters and his Private Collection. In A Summer In Saint Tropez extending himself into a new art form, David Hamilton creates a modern classic for mature viewers.