This low budget effort was clearly made because someone got permission to use some pretty astonishing Egyptian locations and they had some film school drop-outs to use as extras and just went out there and made something up. The more structured dialogue is the most putrid nonsense and the rest more or less evolves around the leading lady, Daniele Giordano, in and out of clothes, running about and asking people to help her. From what, why and who cares I cannot be troubled to relate and yet I didn't hate this movie. At first there is a dreaminess to it as we ponder what might be going on and then the exotic locations captivate us whilst the dramatic shifts in music keep us awake. All leads, of course to our poor heroine being tied naked to a rock whilst those about her cavort in dry ice. She looks great spread out as she is but she's probably there for ten minutes of film so goodness knows how long she actually spent there. Still, lots of funny cigarettes seemed to have been smoked and I'm sure a very good time was had by all.
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