A young man, armed with a magical bow and arrows, embarks on a mystical journey through a mystical land to rid it of all evil and joins forces with an outlaw to take down an evil witch bent on claiming the magic bow for evil.
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Margareta von Krauss
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Ed Sutton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This movie is based on a comic strip I've never seen. The plot isn't much to talk about. It sure isn't as much fun as "Raiders of the Lost Ark" or the other Indiana Jones films. And while there is some nudity and bondage (including Tawny) for the most part there really isn't much to the film. Adventure-seekers may want to look elsewhere. Bondage types might enjoy the dungeon scenes (which look more like a European art house than a Gothic-style dungeon) but they're played for erotic-art rather than bawdy sex, and it's always fun seeing Tawny wearing almost nothing for most of the film. Costumes are better than the rest of the film, except for a) the scene where Tawny and Willard find the wreckage of some crates and have a spat, b) the scene where Tawny tries to rescue her friend who has been captured and thrown in the dungeon where a single thread held in her teeth is keeping a bow from skewering her with an arrow, and c) the scene where a female prisoner has been placed, topless, on a wheel and is slowly revolving around and around. Clips from the movie will probably turn up in bondage newsgroups because of this.
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