A pathetic Joe (Nick Nickerson) pays a bitter prostitute, Margo (Althea Curier) to have sex with him, and is abused endlessly. A woman sculptor and her live model try to suppress their ...
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A pathetic Joe (Nick Nickerson) pays a bitter prostitute, Margo (Althea Curier) to have sex with him, and is abused endlessly. A woman sculptor and her live model try to suppress their lesbian longings for each other. Lonely, bespectacled middle-aged Nick (Ken McCormick) goes to the House of Fetish - the local brothel - after watching a buxom stripper (Eve St. Pierre) do her exotic dance on stage. His wife catches him in bed with another woman, and whips her silly... Written by
Silly and rather boring sexploitation film tells various stories about some girls from "F" street (the alternate title of this is THE GIRLS ON F STREET). The stories include a couple women and their true feelings for one another, a loser pays an angry prostitute and a husband decides to have some fun after watching a dirty show. I think there might be something going on to connect all of these stories but I freely admit that I lost track of what was going on or at least what director Saul Resnick was trying to do with it. On one hand this is a rather technical sexploitation picture meaning that the director was obviously trying to do something "special" with the picture. There are all sorts of weird edits, strange lighting situations and even some Dragnet-like narration and all of this actually brings an art-house feel to the picture. It also takes away from the grindhouse feel of the film but none of this really matters because the story is just so weak, unerotic and in the end downright boring. The film barely runs a hour and for the most part there's just nothing going on here that really keeps you entertained. Fans of the genre, or at least those who made it through the first two films on the Something Weird disc, might want to give it a shot but don't be shocked if you turn it off early.
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