A former movie star, Monica Scott, returns to the big screen along with younger boyfriend, Eric Cline, after a long absence. Monica is very jealous of the attention Eric gives to her body ...
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A former movie star, Monica Scott, returns to the big screen along with younger boyfriend, Eric Cline, after a long absence. Monica is very jealous of the attention Eric gives to her body double - Lisa. The plot becomes difficult to follow as it changes between real life and the movie they are making. The jealousy inevitably leads to murder attempts and denials Written by
The clapper board for the movie within a movie shows the title of "Double Vision" with director "S. Ross", which is the correct name for Chick Vennera's character, director Stephen Ross. However the "camera" is shown as "A. Stevens", who of course is one of the lead actors in the movie and in the movie within a movie. See more »
Although it is clearly stated that the setting is Hollywood, California, in the latter half of the film, police officers wear uniforms that reveal "Mobile Police" as do their cars. See more »
This is yet another David Z Priory film with a pervy bent (not unwelcome) involving a film within a film, an aging actress who don't want to do nude scenes (in the film within the film, but luckily not the film we're watching as we're treated to invisible banjo playing), her body double (also gets naked) and the possibly scheming lying fanny rat who may be fending off a killer or may be just full of roid rage.
Oh, Richard Lynch is in this one as well as the cop who doesn't believe a word the fanny rat says. And that guy out of Tenebrae is in it too, so that's good.
Many, many twists and turns in this one, loads of flesh, surprise reveals - once again I'm wondering why Prior's labelled as a 'bad' director. This costs about 4 pence now. I honestly picked up a load of Prior films for about 30 pence.
Di-di-di-di (pats arse like Asda advert)
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