Rachel Crosby [Rachel Sheppard] from Newark, New Jersey is on vacation (looks like the Spanish Riveria) alone and with little to do except lie on the beach. Occasionally, she nods off and ... See full synopsis »
A publicist's agent seeking to secure the rights to a cult movie icon's life story travels to meet the actresses' surviving relatives. Upon making their acquaintance, the agent discovers that they live a life of unbridled hedonism.
Compared to other Franco's productions this one is so-so. Naive and not very reasonable plot, poor acting (especially in fight scenes), suspense kept by repeating the same actions and words.
And almost complete lack of what Franco's fans are looking for: the mixture of violence, sex, perverted characters and weird sense of humor. I am disappointed also by visual side - should pictures of exotic vegetation accompanied by emotional music replace really intense scenes ? And view of actors' faces substitute for shots of explosions and fire ? Not for me.
I would say - skip it, save your time for another one.
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