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Gabriella finds an unfinished symphony that was written by her late uncle Octave Barron who found inspiration through murder. Thrilled by it's possibilities she hires Marius (Ben Cross) to complete the symphony. As he begins work on the piece he finds himself stuck in a bizarre murdering cycle handed down from the original composer. Written by
Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).
I'm not sure what this movie was supposed to be. Was it made as a horror movie or half porn? I mean, there are some somewhat graphic sex scenes in this film, and I must say they're not very good. Burns is beautiful, but her acting ability is umm nonexistent?? Yea...that's a good word, I think. Not that bad acting is rare in this movie...the movie is full of it. The script is downright boring, and the horror aspects are just stupid. The movie is a horrible video release, and like all other Corman movies...well most of them at least, don't come into this one expecting much. Don't waste your time renting it.
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