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Minister on a moral crusade employs young computer whizzkid Peter to infiltrate the London S&M scene. Peter has to gather evidence of physical "assaults" in order for the Minister to prosecute and shut the scene down. But Peter gets unwittingly drawn into it and falls for the Mistress Tanya Cheex.Written by
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Most amusing - definitely better than Waterworld etc.
I found this to be a most entertaining movie. The cast were very convincing - one might almost think they WERE players. The SM action is, of course, less than extreme, and the party rooms were rather Hollywood grand, but well worth watching. Much of the film is based on the 'Spanner' case etc, and is very pertinent in all countries where the self identified "Christians" are always ready to tell the rest of us what to do. Certainly streets ahead of the dismal "Exit to Eden", and vastly more entertaining than "Waterworld", "The Postman" and the rest of that over priced drek.
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