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Jack Romanti runs a theater company that offers sexual therapy as well as a break in the movie business to insecure and inexperienced young new talents. This boils down to them being pimped out to sponsors but they all benefit from it.
This is a pretty dull Patty Hearst themed flick that mostly just alternates ugly sex scenes with non-sensical anti-capitalist rantings and a TV newscaster giving skewed versions of the news of the day (1975). Big afros and a decent rock instrumental score (by S.W.A.T.) do not a good movie make.
But check out these credits: Director/Producer - P. Duncan Fingersnarl, Director of Photography - Otto Focus. The credits also claim that this film is based on a play called "Take My Virtue But Not My Dignity" which itself was supposedly based on a novel called "Daughter of an Empire, Mother of a Revolution" by Broderick Turntwist(!). Nutty!
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