Documents the sub-culture of latex fetishism. ALL ACCESS offers a visit inside the private and public circles of a fetish icons. It follows Bianca Beauchamp through three days and three nights during one of the Montreal Fetish Weekend. A party at home, a book signing, and a visit to a fetish event with peeps dressed in latex from head to toe. Written by
Much in the same way as her previous book, "Fetish Sex Symbol", "Bianca Beauchamp: All Access" is a release that defies any easy definition. If the book can be considered as a huge model portfolio (but not just that), this DVD is a documentary, but again, not an ordinary one. Documentaries represent a minor part in the world of fetish movies. A few ones have been done before, but as far as I know none can be compared to "Bianca Beauchamp: All Access". Today's technology allows a level of perfection which was unthinkable just ten years ago without an enormous budget. Therefore, those movies have not aged well. So here come Bianca and director Martin Perreault to right that wrong; creating -again- a piece of work which should be used as a yardstick for any future release of its kind. And yet there is something in this DVD that can hardly be matched by other future documentaries, and that is the easy-going, down-to-earth attitude which has become one of the author's trademarks. If the form is glossy and flawless, the content reminds us constantly that we seeing real people just being themselves. What comes as a surprise is watching their very special guests, fetish mega stars Jean Bardot and Sway just behaving in the same real way, showing a charm that goes even beyond their latex attire. The extras give an even fuller vision of the event and the people behind it. A very special mention must go for Vincent's short films, at the very cutting edge of fetish audiovisual art. Very entertaining (but also with its thought-provoking moments), I would recommend "Bianca Beauchamp: All Access" to anyone interested in the reality behind the latex fetish world today. See the highs and lows, the fun but also the reflections of the people on a wild weekend in Montreal from a privileged point of view.
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