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James owes his life to his older brother, Frankie after taking the rap for a crime they committed together. While Frankie served time, James worked to turn his life around, got a steady job and began courting his former girlfriend Emily. Now, Frankie is released and back on the streets with no money and no place to go.
R-rated B movie of Fantasy/Adventure with a surprisingly good cast of actors
Virgin Territory is for secondary and high-school teens. If you're older than 18, you can't get any taste from this work of fiction, or wise to say, a tale.
Tim Roth, Mischa Barton and Hayden Christensen form a love triangle. Tim Roth is the bad guy, the grim Roman knight; Mischa Barton is the princess popular with her virginity; and Hayden Christensen is an adventurer exactly seems like Robin Hood. By the way, we have a narrator, our storyteller who also plays a role, too.
The tale takes place in feudal Europe, at the age of Roman Empire, and in the most leisured class of this empire: Florence. It's the epoch just before the invention of the gunpowder. Nevertheless, there is no historical coherence in this movie; for it's a fantasy. An absolutely complete fantasy of a craftsman working at the construction of a cathedral, who is also our narrator. While he was drawing artistic figures to the ceiling, he dreamed of an erotic and desirous fantasy of one man and a full nunnery of nuns playing the doctor-and-patient game altogether.
If you're not from this world or have never watched a B-movie about nuns teaching sexology to a lad yet, then this could be a movie for you. The eroticism factor of Virgin Territory is very modern. Within a negative view, it's purposely making fun of the people who don't believe in sex before marriage. In an optimistic view, love still exists; at least whoever in love with someone, stays in love with the same one at the end.
A funny and total shameless teen adventure movie for both boys and girls is what you will find. Don't worry if it's disturbing, obviously it's not. It's basically a modernization of 80s' eroticism epoch. New generation youth wouldn't watch Emmanuelle, right?
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