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All Night Long 3 (1996) is the final film of the dark and depraved trilogy. Part three (like the second movie) was also shot on video giving the movie a gritty snuff video feel. This film summarizes the trilogy by referring to humans as garbage. The film maker's over all view of the world that we live in today is pretty grim. Ah, what a world we live in today.
A young and sleazy guy works in a sex hotel. He has to take customers up to their rooms. Working in this type of environment is not very helpful for a person's psyche, especially this clown who's only a few steps away from a total meltdown. One day he spots his perfect mate. There's one problem, she has no idea that he exists. But that doesn't stop him from following her all around town and rummaging through her garbage and eating her left overs. Soon he meets a man who looks like an older version of himself. He shows him all the tricks of the trade (he's a garbage digger himself). It's only a matter of time before the student becomes the master. Will the guy ever regain his sanity before it's too late? Can he meet the girl of his dreams without fumbling around in her refuse? Will he ever find true love? Who knows, you'll have to watch to find out!
A dark and twisted ending to the trilogy. I wasn't prepared for this type of film when I first saw them. I don't think anyone can sit through all of the films in one sitting. The realism the film maker used when making these films is quite shocking. What's scary about this movie is that there are people like the ones showcased in the trilogy floating around out there all around the world.
Recommended for fans of the genre.
Rated X and it definitely shows!
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