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Alicia Royale is a fashion mogul who decides to have a large pajama themed party as a promotion for her new line of clothing. At the party, the leading contender for the company spokesmodel is found dead in the swimming pool, apparently by suicide. Zoe Taylor does not agree and hires a private investigator named Dean Thomas to look into the death. Dean digs deeper and deeper into the world of modelling and finds out that it is a lot more than just taking pictures and smiling. Written by
Josh Pasnak <email@example.com>
lots of sex, little plot; reasonably good acting, but boring
Starts off with a sex scene, of which there were eight total I think, three of them in the first half hour. The movie really comes to a standstill with them, so they should have done some talking during those scenes to dispose of some exposition! Or maybe some split-screen action.
Anyway, the plot is that at a fashion pajama party, one of the models trying to win a contract is found dead in the pool. An alcoholic ex-cop private investigator is hired by a friend of the model to investigate it as a murder when the police decide it was a suicide. The whole PI investigation is really stale, right from the "you don't want to hire me" to the end. The head of security at the party is an ex-cop friend of the PI, and the PI also has a friend still in the department.
The ending didn't make too much sense to me. He might as well as never been hired in the first place.
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