The writer Sarah Asproon is completing her new book on high-profile prostitution, with the collaboration of her friend/agent Dorothy. To collect authentic material, they set up a ...
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The writer Sarah Asproon is completing her new book on high-profile prostitution, with the collaboration of her friend/agent Dorothy. To collect authentic material, they set up a girls-ringing agency, which is enjoying considerable success. While Dorothy acts as director of the agency, Sarah assumes the name of coverage of Gloria and soon becomes the most requested girl, until a client, Peter, discovers by chance the true identity, begins to blackmail her with the threat of a scandal and complaint to the police, forcing her to give in to his requests. To keep the client's appointments in order, Cliff, a young computer programmer, is contacted: he's an attractive, shy and naive guy, and Sarah is impressed. She provokes him from the beginning but he hesitates, since he has never had first contact with a woman and considers himself inadequate; moreover, he finds himself in a delicate situation with his homosexual friend Jason, who would like to be paid by him, but since Cliff does not ...Written by
Two versions of the film have been released in the U.S. -- an "R" rated version, which replaces some of the more adult scenes with stills, and completely removes several rather subtle scenes which reveal that Cliff is bisexual. An unrated version can also be found on cable sometimes with the cut scenes intact. Neither version is available on video in the U.S. See more »
Working as a high class call girl in order to gain material for her new book, an esteemed author has to contend with blackmail when a client learns of her secret in this surprisingly well filmed sexually explicit drama. Joe D'Amato's camera almost never sits still, with many tracking shots that voyeuristically follow lead actress Jessica Moore around. There are some thoughtful extreme low camera angles as she undresses too, and in one of the film's most memorable scenes, she makes love to a toy factory owner, surrounded by smiling large toys that -- akin to the lions of 'The Battleship Potemkin' -- are filmed so that it looks like they are reacting to what is taking place! The film is not particularly well plotted though with the blackmailing not seeming to worry Moore at all who is more confounded by her inability to turn on a young computer engineer, played by James Sutterfield, oblivious to the fact that he is gay. The acting here is pretty second rate too with Sutterfield the worst offender, though most of the (mainly) non-professional cast have trouble delivering their lines in a way that does not feel rehearsed. Moore is, however, quite decent and while the narrative might have some deficiencies, it more than makes up for it with a very zany sense of humour shining through at several points. The opening scene, for example, has Moore fingering various mannequins that have been set into explicit poses; later on, she finds a couple of clients who want to be ridden like bulls at a rodeo, and the aforementioned toy store scene occurs on a Santa's sleigh of all places!
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