In this sequel to Latex (1995) (V), Malcolm Stevens is still in the asylum. He takes a nurse hostage with his mind and demands to be released. Lillian Mangrove arrives to deal with him and this time, she's ready.
A caption states that it's the near future. In an office, an interrogator (never named) asks DSA (Digital Security Agency, a part of the futuristic Department of Homeland Security) agent ... See full synopsis »
Things begun well for David. Laura, the "Belle de Nuit" who came asking for help, had a superb body. Quite generous with her charms, she expressed her gratitude convincingly. Then she ... See full summary »
Mirone Da Nola,
Julia Dal Fuoco
An adult film with surprising depth and sexual insight
From Kato the familiar to what may be chants of "Crowley" from the crowd, this film was either written by or influenced by sex magicians.
It's the classic movie formula of something is stolen and must be returned, but what really is stolen, and who stole it? You are the protagonist and you have a nemesis, but maybe she's just an aspect of yourself? You can either wake up or go nuts. Or are they the same thing?
This is film 3 in a quadrilogy, Shock being next and last and almost as good. I have seen this probably 20 times in my life, alone or with company. One of Michael Ninn's best
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