A bit too weird for me!
When I read the DVD description and it said "Not for the faint of heart," my interest was piqued. I expected some very exciting sexual scenes--it did win the industry's equivalent of a Best Picture Oscar back in 2005, after all. However, "exciting sexual scenes" is not the right phrase, unless you like your adult DVDs with shots of people eating bloody human hearts, zombies, and scenes bordering on necrophilia. It is original, something I always look for, but it may have been a little too weird and creepy for me. It had a bit of a ClockWork Orange or some sort of Charlie Manson feel to it. There is an attempt at a plot, but it's quite haphazard, which may be the point because our blonde star is supposed to be mentally disturbed and everything is from her perspective. Speaking of Jenna, if you're a big fan of her, you would probably like this movie. Most of her scenes are solo, in which she's just writhing around, playing with herself, and deliberately toying with the camera. Also, every scene has an older man in a skimpy schoolgirl outfit riding around in a tricycle and either masturbating or watching the couple. Yes, you read that correctly. For me, this movie was just too weird and creepy to be erotic, sensual, or stimulating. It is interesting to see a different type of adult movie, and you can tell a lot of time and effort was put into the quality of the lighting, editing, and special effects. If it weren't for the hardcore sex scenes, this might come across as an eccentric art film. It might just be worth seeing for that.
Reviewed by: Exotic Phoenix from Unknown.