Carol is quite something when you see her in lingerie or nude. She leaves her boring existence to pursue her modelling career, taking off with childhood friend, Robin Askwith, mostly still filling the boots of his Timmy Lea character in the Confession films. Though the story is supposedly true in this film, one wouldn't really care. A lot of people will do anything to survive. Askwith and co need money in London. Food, like that delectable pastry in the window and accommodation costs money. Someone talent spots Askwith's better half, and soon she's doing some pretty weird photographic nude shoots, and offering sexual services, where may'be a bit of her likes it. She becomes hooked, finding it hard to turn offers down, where Askwith starts getting annoyed. Jealousy? He has a thing for her? She doesn't decline at first. Some tasty nudity, provide momentary erotic entertainment from our title lead, doing it with some 60+ men, some moments of it getting nasty, if demeaning to our lead, despite it being a comedy, that didn't have me laughing. This movie isn't anything special. Bits of it are truly pathetic, and I wonder if the words, "acting lessons", mean anything to Askwith.
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