On the cusp of 1970, adult film editor Belinda Brimhouse (Jacqueline Guzman) is exhausted with the ever-surmounting tasteless film reels, piling up under command of her seedy boss, Don Arrolls (Mystic Marlow). After being fired, Belinda sets out to produce a motion picture all her own, hoping to prove to business rivals like Mr. Whiteman (Art Roberts) that she has what it takes to finish a sophisticated erotic film, without all the crudity that's quickly becoming prominent in mainstream adult cinema. But the reality of the field and pressure from peers turns Belinda into a corrupt casting couch director, coupled with seemingly pointless mind games, innocent actresses like Janet (Samantha Poole) can hardly handle, but allow. How will Belinda prevail, with such an insisting palate, soured by new batches of uncooperative girls, all while a hired hit man is out to put a quick end to her, and her blossoming career? It's an untamed ride through the mishaps and brawls of a "bad" B movie ...
An Honest, Lyrical Work.
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Director Jared Masters makes cameo as party guest in boxers. See more
Credits are written on film reels. See more
References Carnival of Souls