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My first introduction to the dizzy heights of Seduction Sinema's slate of Soft core cinematic spoofs was "Playmate of The Apes" With it's inspired cover artwork, before you set down to watch the movie, the cover more or less set the tone for the movie.
So here we are, and here i find what looks like Seduction Cinema Striving for something akin to respectability, by truly harking back to past for there latest, skin fest. Starring the very innocent looking Misty Mundae.
I was first alerted to the imminent release to tape of "Roxanna" when i went looking for Section Cinema's web site, to finally set to rest my curiousity about the young lady Misty, the art work certainly caught my attention and Misty looks most attractive, but as ever the image on the cover was more or less evoking the natural beauty of Misty Mundae and Recalling the Initial aspects of the Roxanna character from the original Nick Phillips soft core original.
To be honest, i've never seen the original, but on the dvd, we were treated to a rare extra, rare that is for Seduction, who i can only recall putting out the "Making Of" on "Playmate" and "Women In Black", ofcourse i could be wrong about that, but anyway, the extra in question was that of an interview with 42nd St Pete, who took us on a guided tour of what the original "Roxanna" was all about, as well as give us the viewer a brief history on the origins of the 70's exploration of the skin flick.
42nd Pete said on the dvd, that he watched the remake with Misty, and said that it stood up pretty well to the original, he also if i recall, said that Nick Phillips always tried to put a little plot into the movie's proceedings, and while watching the first opening beats of this redux, i thought i was going to be party to something quite unique, especially as the distributor was Seduction.
I would suppose, like all their other production's that this was shot on videotape, but it looked real nice, with the opening, hypnotic shots of Roxanna, staring off into space, then we dissolve into ominious looking clouds racing through the sky, followed by the descent of a burning sun.
Alas to no avail, after the initial promise, with Misty really putting on the style, she suddenly disappears, and we're left with the usual picnic assortment of scantily clad beautys doing what they do best in the arena of Seduction.
I'm not going to rag on the movie, at the end of the day, it entertained in the only way it knows how, and as for Misty Mundae, for the cover artwork alone, even if you don't care for the movie. When the Boomtown Rats said that they didn't like mondays, They hadn't met Misty! if only every monday could be like Mundae.
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