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Tedious hippie-dippy porn, only watchable for Cyndee Summers
lor_ from New York, New York
2 February 2011
The word "pretentious" usually does not correspond to 1-day porn
wonders, but this low camp effort nearly qualifies. I found it
extremely tedious, even more-so than an all-sex snoozer.
Main problem is James Mathers in the lead role as Rava, a guru-type
cultist who gives the mumbo jumbo treatment to two couples whose
relationships are on the rocks. This scraggly haired fakir, who comes
off as a destitute man's version of Jamie Gillis, slows the film down
to a halt and he rambles on incomprehensibly in true '60s fashion.
His trusty assistant Igor is none other than George "Buck" Flower,
credited on screen as "Igor" playing himself (not with himself, as
himself). If Steve Buscemi is the emblem of the so-called "independent
film" movement of recent decades, Flower filled the same niche back in
the days of Flower Power. His ham-bone performance here fortunately
does not include any sex action, though he did stoop to joining in XXX
hijinks in SATANS LUST. Buck's delivery sounds like an audition for the
role of Lennie in OF MICE AND MEN.
One couple is Rick Cassidy and Cyndee Summers, always an excellent
team, and Cyndee is attractively styled and delivers plenty of arousing
footage here. Nina Fause is a beautiful blonde, whose unidentified
partner is a drag.
Film is poorly made with very cheap sets and a strange reliance on
dialog (mainly the guru's nonstop boring patter). Sound track ranges
from Mozart to a completely inappropriate pirating of Roberta Flack
warbling her hit "If Ever I Saw Your Face" as Cyndee & Rick do the
dirty. Both Rick and the guru deliver money shots on cue, but Fause's
better half is a no-show, his fake ejaculations of the girl's
mouth-running-over with pina colada mix variety.
A predictable "twist" ending is not worth waiting for.
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