In 2002, PLAYBOY caused controversy by announcing some pictorial with former female executives from the infamous company in distress Enron. Was not surprising to guess the legendary magazine would try to capitalize the success of the pictorial and release a documentary about the event.
The main attraction on the issue pages was to give people the chance of appreciate the naked beauty of common next-door women and was a huge success in that way, but failed when tried to sell the same material twice boxed in the form of some kind of making-off. Most of the footage consist in interviews with the ladies about their experiences and feelings on Enron, about her lives, her careers or how exciting is posing naked; for whose wanted to get another look on more extensive nudity will be disappointed for sure, because is nothing here beyond the same pictures that anyone who bought the magazine had already seen; despite the advantage of seeing them moving on screen or more spicy angles for the same usual kitsch shots and that tired fetish stuff (bottomless nudity over the desk, lingerie and garter belts with private parts exposed), there is just a little additional nakedness by Shari Daugherty and another girl.
The trick was on the much publicized morbid sense of real life women doing soft pornography. But since the product is less than anyone could bargain for, all on this seems much like a poor, exploitation fiasco.
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