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Beautiful models and strict bondage. In one vignette, Hollywood plays a young actress auditioning for her first movie role - little does she realize how hard it will be to impress her rope-happy director. In the second vignette, Jewell is surprised on her birthday and given a wonderful gift of new bondage toys which she immediately wished to try out. Nineteen additional bondage sequences ensue. Written by Anonymous

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12 September 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Gangster Films certainly has evolved into a new flick as The Business hit UK's big screen with a bang. Set in the sunny portions of Southern Spain, Nick Love mixes the chemistry of a fast paced violence, drama and witty dialogues to create that stylish, engaging and surprisingly good thriller must-see.

Story goes as Frankie (Danny Dyer) jumps into Southern Spain to run from British authorities due to a major crime trouble. He stumbles upon the club owner Charlie (Tamer Hassan) who also works with the local crime boss Sammy (Geoff Bell).Driven by guts and attitude, Frankie finds himself deeply involved to Charlie's network of drug dealing and organized crime hand in hand with the forbidden desires of Sammy's girl Carly (Georgina Chapman). Plotted with fast paced action and sexy (yet sexless) scenes, The Business is worth every scent of the ticket.


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