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Kai Lanette gives an amazingly believable performance
Much the same set-up as the original, Amateur Porn Star Killer, but quite a different film due to the absence of the 'little girl' element and the introduction of a more knowing and initially complicit 'victim'. Difficult to watch but hypnotic nevertheless with its crazy editing and beguiling images. Here the lady in tow is clearly up for some rough sex and Kai Lanette gives an amazingly believable performance. The flashbacks to previous rapes and killings continually disrupt the 'main event' but contribute to the 'realness' and force us to struggle to stay with the reprehensible but irresistible continuing action. Much more explicit than the first and unlike others I don't have a problem with that. Sure a film can be made without nudity and a film involving sex without hardcore but give the man a break if he wants to show some sex with his violence, this simply makes it even more realistic for me.
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