A lonely aristocrat Miss Gray has a twin sister who's in an asylum. They share a strange bond. Miss Gray is rational but frigid while her sister is insane yet feels sexual pleasure for both... See full summary »
This review is for the UK release of the film. In the UK this is a soft-core film but bearing in mind that all the cast are known hardcore actors the question is, was this originally a hardcore film? Obviously being the type of film that it is, certain liberties are taken. We even get a man in an iron mask, the subject of another Dumas novel. The story roughly follows the original with a royal necklace given to the queen's lover and then having to be retrieved. The names of some characters are changed: Constance becomes Prudence, Lady De Winter becomes Lady D'Summer and the king becomes very gay. As a sign of the (modern) times, Tracy Wynn is Alexandra, who hopes to become the fourth musketeer.
The sex and the comedy are nicely mixed here. Tracy Wynn has a great sex scene with Nick Elliot who plays her tutor and then she plays comedy as the frustrated would-be musketeer, looked down on by the three heroes. Steve Drake is the Duke who takes ages getting to the bottom of the queen's (Deidre Holland) undergarments. The reward for his perseverance is well earned. Nina Hartley and Scott Gallegos also have a good scene, the close up of Nina Hartley's face seeming to indicate that she is really into this. Britt Morgan fans are also well catered for.
The costumes for this film look lavish. On the whole production values look first class with the costumes and sets. The exterior of the castle looks familiar, especially the front view with the drawbridge. Fans of porn who like a bit of fun should give this a viewing.
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