In London's contemporary art world, everyone has a hustle. Art Spindle runs a high-end gallery: he hopes to flip a Mondrian for millions. One of his assistants, Beth, is sleeping with Art's most acquisitive client, Bob Macclestone. Beth wants Bob to set her up in her own gallery, so she helps him go behind Art's back for the Mondrian. Bob's wife, Jean, sets her eye on a young conceptual artist, Jo, who lusts after Art's newest assistant, Paige. Meanwhile, self-absorbed lesbian videographer Elaine is chewing her way through friends and lovers looking to make it: if she'll throw Dewey, her agent, under the bus, Beth may give her a show. And the Mondrian? No honor among thieves.Written by
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This is a good criticism of the whole art world. It is fine, but unfortunately does not end in triumph.
Much of it rings true and the pretentiousness is astounding.
A couple of women have fine legs and superb bodies. I would put the feminine beauty in this film next to Helter Skelter, Air Doll and Paradise Kiss. You can enjoy the story or distract your wife/girlfriend and enjoy the incredible legs on these women.
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