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Prince David is having trouble finding a bride amongst the maidens of the village, so his father decides to hold a masked ball. Sinderella, an adopted French orphan, puts up with abuse from her stepmother and two stepsisters, and is not allowed to go to the ball. She is despondent until her inebriated fairy godfather appears and fixes her up real pretty and sends her on to the ball, with the admontion that she must return by midnight. Sinderella and the Prince get along famously, but the time flies and she leaves in a hurry, dropping her gilded support in her haste. The Prince mounts a desperate search for his loved one, requiring all the maidens of the village to try on the forgotten garment. Written by
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This is not much more than a cheesy stag-party film. Plenty of beautiful women with impressive breasts, briefly bared for the pleasure of the lusty audience. Loosely based on the children's classic, but hopelessly lost in dirty-old-man-land.
The production values are minimal. Poor color (by Kodak) and even worse sound, both faded and crackled throughout. The actors appear to be of various European back ground, with various accents mingling about. The dialog and individual situations stray from the original story. Instead of a golden slipper, we have a golden bra, and taking the place of the Fairy Godmother is an effeminate elderly Fairy Godfather.
There is one outstanding moment, completely unexpected for such a low quality film: Somewhere past the middle of the film, Sinderella sings the enchanting "My Day Will Come", a definite highlight in an otherwise forgettable movie. This film is recommended for fans of the old style cheesecake magazines. Those lusting after beautiful breasts will get an eye full. If you are looking for any other substance, Sinderella does not offer much.
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