This movie starts out appearing to be the usual b-movie shlock morality tale
and that beginning is where any similarity ends. Claudelle Inglish winds
up having a place right beside movies like Showgirls and Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, just for sheer shock value.
The basic premise is familiar enough, sweet young thing is seduced and then jilted. However, nobody knows that, since her beau is not a total creep; her shameful secret is still safe from the townspeople who would label her a whore - so here's where the fun starts, since our heroine, literally overnight, decides to transform herself into the town tramp anyway. Why? Uhhh, why not?
Of course it would have made perfect sense for Claudelle to just go ahead and marry the older, unappealing rich man who all but drools on her, but that would be too easy, and it won't happen here. In fact nothing here plays out the way you would expect it to, and that is the brilliance of this film and why it is something you have to see to believe.
This is trash at its very finest, and to tell anything more about what happens after Claudelle creates her own hell would spoil everything.
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