Audio/Video Quality: Stunning. On both fronts. The visuals are mesmerizing. The soundtrack is part sci-fi ambience, part electronic music, part guitar and piano grooves, part porn moaning and grunting. This is a re-release of the 2010 version of the film. I don't know if it differs from it in anyway, but there are various covers for it depending on where you browse them online.
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Overview:There are a lot of words I could use to describe Fashion, but "porn" is way down near the bottom of that list. Does it fit the definition of pornography? Absolutely, but not really at all. Does it portray sexual acts graphically and gratuitously? Yep. Would it be at home on a screen in an art museum in Amsterdam? Probably. I won't even try to give you a scene by scene breakdown of this film. It just doesn't lend itself to that at all. I will break down the scenes by performers below, and include some shots from each scene so you get an idea of what it looks like, but let's just stick with a general overview of what this film really is.
Director Kendo drew upon inspirations from the fashion and film industries to create his most colorful film. Well, he definitely accomplished that! This film is chock full of color, fashion, style, and tons of film techniques employed seemingly at random; with a skillful eye and deft editing. There is sex, but it's hard to describe coherently as the scenes flash forward, flashback, fade in to one another and then change altogether through a dream sequence. Bright colors become muted grays and deep blacks. There are no story lines to follow, per se, but yet there are.
If you are a film buff then you are familiar with works like Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange and Cronenberg's Videodrome. This is exactly like those, without the violence. Perhaps it is like Kurosawa's Dreams, without the morals. At the same time, this is totally not like any of those. It's intense. It's mesmerizing from start to finish. You can watch all the animated menu title screens for their duration and then watch them again and see new stuff. If you are familiar with fragrance and lingerie TV commercials that air around the holiday season, you're familiar with many of the shooting and editing styles used in this flick. Are you confused yet? It makes way more sense once you've watched the scenes a couple of times. I give two recommendations in my final thoughts, so look there for whether you should spend money on this interesting title.
Scene 1. Jasmine Webb, Johnny XL
Scene 2. Bellina, Jamie Barry
Scene 3. Havana Sin, Holly D, Pascal White
Scene 4. Donna Bell, Renato
Scene 5. Cherry Stone, Peter Oh Tool
Final Thoughts: A visual and aural feast! If you are looking for something to use as foreplay or background visuals with your loved one, this probably is not your ticket. If you are hosting a swingers' party and want something visually interesting playing on the big screen in the media room in surround sound, this may be exactly what you are looking for. If you've ever wondered what sex might be like while tripping on magic mushrooms, you may find answers here. Bellina and Donna Bell do perform some anal in their scenes, but if you're an anal fan don't get too excited over that aspect. If you are expecting high-end Euro porn, this is kind of like that - but again, not at all. If you are looking for a "regular porno", just skip this title altogether! But, as I mentioned above; if you are looking for some art to watch and listen to then definitely grab this as a streaming rental for a few bucks and check it out On Demand! The girls are hot and skillfully shot, but don't expect any sex position to last more than a minute before it flashes to some alternate reality.