This is the story about Joy who falls in love with an older man (she has been looking for her missing father all her life), and then travels around Paris with him and his other female ...
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This is the story about Joy who falls in love with an older man (she has been looking for her missing father all her life), and then travels around Paris with him and his other female companion, experiencing a broad range of sexual encounters. Written by
You can almost get sick of these films, where even based on novels, you know, they're not gonna deliver, like a facade for a lot of nudity and sex. Sadly Joy is that. Again the actors aren't bad, better than what you might expect, though at times, the hot Ms Udy, comes across as a little bumbling and self conscious version of Marilyn Chambers. Though Ms Udy is a much better actress, and sheds a lot of skin, in a lot of stylishly set scenes. This film has style, but is disappointing and suffers on the fact, it's story is shallowly utilized. Udy plays Joy, the supermodel, who's moving up, like now getting into movies. One singular cool shot, shown in the preview, has her chasing down a bad guy, in her hot sports car. Joy, again is an uninhibited character, when it comes to sex, and develops a deep sexual obsession, for a much older guy, who could be her father's age. The end of Joy, too is muddled, in a film which at times, bored and became a drone. Watching Ms Udy though is something. This film is like many others we've seen before, where story is traded for sex and a lot of nudity. Joy has that, esp, the nudity, plus an awful titled, that's paining to hear at it's start.
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