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I got this title through netflix and really loved it. It's sexy and screwed up but I like that in a movie. Reminded me a lot of Texas Chainsaw meets Trick. I'd say, give it a shot and keep an open mind. The director did another movie called shiner that I liked but this was a better DVD. Judy Tenuta and Lowe Taylor are the best actresses. Daniel Cartier is the gay singer turned actor guy and he's good, too. Writing this makes me want to see it one more time. My favorite part is the last part of the film. By then, everything's been way over the top and then you really get to see the characters come full circle. I can relate to the Donna character because I've been involved with a guy who was a nightmare but it was kind of hot sex at the time. I'd say, give it a shot and see for yourself. The film will get a strong reaction no matter if you like it or hate it.
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