Minister on a moral crusade employs young computer whizzkid Peter to infiltrate the London S&M scene. Peter has to gather evidence of physical "assaults" in order for the Minister to ... See full summary »
Minister on a moral crusade employs young computer whizzkid Peter to infiltrate the London S&M scene. Peter has to gather evidence of physical "assaults" in order for the Minister to prosecute and shut the scene down. But Peter gets unwittingly drawn into it and falls for the Mistress Tanya Cheex. Written by
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A large number of props in the film were bright pink, even if they were grossly out of place (e.g. pink folders in the trial sequence, and pink number plates on all the cars used). This was done intentionally by the director, who wanted something pink in every scene of the movie. See more »
At the start of the scene in which Tanya steps out of her limo to pet a girl's dog, a closeup reveals the film crew reflected in the side of the vehicle. See more »
[after Peter has performed cunnilingus for the first time]
Relax! It's natural
You don't see it the wild. Or in a zoo, for that matter.
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The end of the credits has the line "No animals were harmed during the production of this film. However, all the submissives were." See more »
Performed by The Aloof
Written by Dean Thatcher, Ricky Barrow, Jagz Kooner (as Jagjit Kooner), Gary Burns and Richard Thair
Courtesy of East West Records/Warner Music UK Ltd
Published by BMG/PolyGram/EMI See more »
I didn't have huge expectations of this movie, and thus was pleasantly surprised. It is basically a romantic comedy dressed up in outrageous clothing!
Guinevere Turner from Go Fish is the super cool star, and spends most of the film strutting around in a selection of stunning fetish outfits. It is interesting to get an honest insight into the Fetish world, but thankfully the details are not too gory.
It was also good to hear a soundtrack featuring dance music that you would actually hear in London/English clubs.
The film has some good deadpan humour, and has quite a feel-good atmosphere. Definitely worth a look.
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