25 November 2016 | Elenaj10
A Man's Film
Good dancer, great flexible body with all the right curves in all the right places: why not make a whole film out of it?
This is a POOR excuse for a film: a weak plot, appalling acting, scarce dialogue and even the dancing is not exceptional. All these MINOR considerations set the stage for the true purpose of the film: the female body. Not in a good way, but in a filthy way you can imagine a perverted old man enjoying (just like the one in the film ironically).
The whole film is a collection of agonizingly slow sequences of dance, that clearly emphasize the BREASTS, which are either plainly on view, or at the centre of the screen or shown through skin-tight extremely short tops. The LEGS also have ample screen presence in all their various positions: open, closed, stretched, bent, crossed,...the film was long enough to try all the possible combinations.
Sadly, the actress had no facial expression, but she made made up for it with her body talk.
The film went even further by accentuating the genital area with either the conveniently designed costumes or the strategic placing of hands. At one point there were also explicit body movements and the dancer reaching a climax...and that was the ONLY CLIMAX present in the film!
You can easily go to sleep and not miss a thing, but don't worry, at any given moment you'll be guaranteed to see breasts and legs on display!
NOTE: If the film was a tribute to innovative dancing and against the commercial film industry, it failed miserably. If this is the case it's EXTREMELY ironic, because it delivered spot on to a mass public, eager to see a poorly covered girl. If on the other hand it wasn't, then it was just an excuse to expose some flesh.