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Vicky, an ambitious young bomshell living in Hollywood, gets hired to be the "Toy" of her favorite rock star, Stu, who is in desperate need of inspiration. Starry-eyed and reckless, she enters a world of fantasy fueled by addiction and an abusive thirst for fame. Prey to the hidden agendas of those around him, Stu's fantasy world meets harsh reality in a head on collision that forces him to connect with Vicky. The record company needs a hit but Stu can't find the magic. Fate brought them together but will the music break them apart? Written by
Ahhh this film, it's awful... horrible. Words cannot describe how bad this utter dross is. It actually manages to make Preaching to the Perverted look like a classy piece of work. At the heart of it is some rock star called "stu" who has a record company desperate for him to produce a new album so they kidnap this moronic blond girl for him to abuse. They proceed to get emotionally attached, sort of. It does have a dark streak of humour running through, and somewhere inside is a love story struggling to get out, but the problem is this film is made by someone who has no idea what they are going on about in it. Just as gay films made by straights rarely work, so fetish films done by those of vanilla persuasion don't either and this falls slap bang into that trap. If you want to see a good BDSM film check out the Secretary and avoid this - it's just a seedy moral exploitation tale.
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