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I wonder, after seeing this obscurity, if anyone will read these thoughts of mine on the movie. Well, the movie has moved to the public domain, where anyone can put a copy out of the movie so maybe someone else will be unlucky enough to watch it. It's not COMPLETELY bad - the lighting and photography are acceptable, especially when you consider this was a microbudget production. And Allen is better than you think. No, she's not great or even good, but for a former porn star her performance is somewhat above what you might think. Certainly better than Hauser's performance, who seems to be sleepwalking. (And despite being second billed, he's in less of the movie than you might think.) And things just go downhill from there. There was apparently almost no money for stuff like set decoration, making the movie look really cheap at times. But even if they were able to have more money to spend, the movie would still suffer from a padded-out script that takes its time to get to a "surprise revelation" that is no surprise - I guessed what would happen in the first ten minutes of the movie. Don't let your mind, body, or soul get anywhere near this loser.
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