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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
Gareth Watkins <email@example.com>
I love this movie and I love Stuart Urban for making this movie. It allows a person that may not be very knowledgeable of Fetish/BDSM culture into their world a bit. I like the plot of the story because I am so against Governments and Religious Grounds trying to force perfectly willing and competent people from doing what makes them happy. PTTP is a must see for anyone interested in films that may be considered Taboo. Or a fan of independent and/or foreign films. I have read some of the other reviews and must say to those that put negative reviews, it may not be the most popular or mainstream movie around and you could get all technical if you want too, but this movie is something different and that is refreshing in the film world of repetitive plot lines and same old same, old actors. This films have beautiful imagary from the costumes and makeup to the club scenes and set designs. Guin Turner was spectacular in this film and I for one am really glad she made it. She brings a wonderful sensuality that females or even males could look up to.
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