A naive young girl travels to South Beach to become a model, only to find that everything is not as it seems. Her worst nightmares are confirmed as she enters the dark side of the industry and models begin to disappear.
Gordon Scott Venters
Barry Jay Minoff
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Sooo bad you have got to see it to believe it, loved it.
This film is not only bad it is poor. But, this one is so bad you have got to see it. I love really bad movies that are trying to be good. The acting is bad, the lighting is bad, the direction is bad, the lighting is bad, oh, well, you get the picture. When you have an afternoon free watch this stinker. While you are laughing it will be hard to remember, this is not a comedy.
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