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Euphoria (2001)

In the future, an all-encompassing multinational corporation develops a new sex drug called U-4, and picks a young woman to use as a test subject. However, an underground resistance ... See full summary »

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Sydnee Steele ...
Melina
Ava Vincent ...
Smith-Borayama / Mistress Tyra
Inari Vachs ...
Karma
Bridgette Kerkove ...
Prostitute / Stripper
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Dr. Baron / Barron Shakes / Winston Jones
Dillon Day ...
Metta (as Dillion Day)
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AI
Devinn Lane ...
Maid 1
Felecia ...
Maid 2
Lee Stone ...
Guard / Clone
Nikita Denise ...
Yellow Orgy Girl
Jezebelle Bond ...
Red Orgy Girl
Tanya Danielle ...
Peep Show Nurse
Charlene Aspen ...
Peep Show Girl 2
Shay Sweet ...
Peep Show Patient
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In the future, an all-encompassing multinational corporation develops a new sex drug called U-4, and picks a young woman to use as a test subject. However, an underground resistance movement dedicated to overthrowing the corporate/political power structure also picks the young woman to be the leader of their movement. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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In the nightmare that is the future. You will risk your life for...

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Adult | Sci-Fi

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11 October 2001 (USA)  »

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Euforia  »

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$185,000 (estimated)
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Better than most mainstream films
31 August 2008 | by See all my reviews

A film about sex that transcend sex. In the post-apocalyptic future, corporations run the world. One corporation develop a sex drug that can be used for mind control. A prisoner is used to test the drug. She (Sydnee Steel) runs the gamut from anger to hope to despair.

It's a big budget film (140 minutes) with good sets and costumes. The production value easily rivals Andrew Blake's films. The cinematography was impressive.

Equally impressive was the sex. There was lot's of quality sex. Sydnee Steel, Ava Vincent and Mike Horner also did good acting. Well Done! The only caveat is that the film looks too slick. Could more time have been spend on character development? Canadian Brad Armstrong's high point! He manages to cross over into the mainstream.


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