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A german offering that is very well produced. It borrows a little from Private's Antonio Adamo in that b/w cuts are included during the sex scenes, which do disrupt the flow of things at times.
Basically, this film roughly follows the plot to Cruel Intentions but then develops more of a story of it's own. The main character Paul (Sterling), living a life of sex, drugs and so on, is also into his sister Samantha (Denise) amongst other girls. Opening with Paul putting some powder up his nose from his sister's belly button, he starts to put the moves on her. She escapes into the next room for a two on two, Paul not being included. The next scene is Paul and his therapist Kelly Trump in a bath. The scene is okay actually. Which is followed by, as in the film, her distraught daughter phoning up talking about being dumped by some guy, that guy being Paul! We then move onto some heavier themes, as Paul saves a girl from being raped in the showers by some guy, the same girl who he then falls in love with at the envy of his sister.
After an unsettlng orgy that Samantha is kind of forced into, she pours her heart out to Paul before running off. Paul gives chase but is stopped when he meets the girl from the previous day that he saved. His sister however, high on drugs, stumbles into the wrong neighbourhood and encounters two guys who are doing a hooker out in the open. One of the guys trys to get Samantha to blow him, when she won't he punches her in the gut and then forces her. Then he proceeds to rape her in the ass. Paul arrives too late, and Sam runs off to get hit by a car, (what a life!) and dies. The final scene is probably the best shot, with Paul and his newly found girlfriend making love.
I really would have like to have seen more of Sam in a better scene as she is really quite hot. The film touches on some really wild themes such as incest, rape and drugs. So be aware! The film as a whole was better for porn standards, the women were from average to hot, and the sex was good at best, but it was the production values that made it stand out. Especially the soundtrack was a nice change.
I bought this DVD for 15 Euro, which is good value, but i don't think that i would have liked to have paid any more for it.