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David A. Lockhart,
As I see it, this movie is only for those that like very dark movies.
Seven men gather to play a game where they will put up $5,000 apiece and be judged in several categories as to their "success" and methods in seducing a particular woman of their choosing. Of course as you might expect, the misogyny and treatment of women as objects will be sky high.
However, when the game is over the dark consequences of their actions will be felt in various forms, including mayhem and even murder. The big twist at the end was quite clever and I didn't see it coming at all.
Overall, the film written and directed by Phil Leirness, has an air of sensuality throughout, as the women of the cast are exceptionally gorgeous and seductive. But the subject matter was very uncomfortable for me to watch, with the men being so despicable. The way it all played out in the end, though, I imagine you could say was poetic justice.
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