After seeing the film '24 Horas de Sexo Explícito', a psychologist hires the same crew to make a new movie, doubling the time - an orgy which would last for 48 hours, to further her ...
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After seeing the film '24 Horas de Sexo Explícito', a psychologist hires the same crew to make a new movie, doubling the time - an orgy which would last for 48 hours, to further her research on sex. But in the middle of the shooting, the actors realize they are being used in a new kind of special treatment. Written by
Director Jose Mojica Marins is best known for his Coffin Joe horror films and what made them so special was the fact that they were so different, so strange and at times jaw-dropping in how far out they could go. Marins, like Jess Franco and Joe D'Amato, would even enter the porn genre, which this film here is as it's a sequel to his 1985 film 24 HOURS OF EXPLICIT SEX (which is his biggest hit in Brazil). In this film, a nutty woman sees the previous film and wants Marins (playing himself) to make a sequel only this time it is to take place over a two day period. The orgy begins and soon Marins comes to realize that this nutty woman has a thing for farm animals. The fact that this is a porn film is going to turn most people off but this ugly duckling from Marins career is rather unique just like his Coffin Joe movies just because of how weird it is. I don't think there's a single second in this movie that's meant to be erotic because Marins is clearly just trying to show the sex scenes in the most bizarre ways possible. The "Hallucinatory" aspect of the title doesn't really happen here but the movie has enough strange camera shots, story lines and "comedy" that one can't help but to keep on watching. I had to view the film in Portuguese without subtitles so I didn't catch any of the dialogue but I'd love to see a subtitled version just to hear what was being said about the farm animal fetish. Thankfully there's never any sex between the woman and the beasts (unlike certain other directors) but the gag they pull on her is pretty funny in its own sick way. We also have a gay man being a judge over the orgy and an even stranger gag of waving a flag after a couple "completes" their situation. The scenes scenes, again, are never erotic and for the most part they're unattractive but the way Marins films all of this is rather unique and it makes the film a lot more original that any other director could have done.
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