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10 April 2018 | lor_
It's not Dillon's day
This poorly-made Euro all-sex film is credited to U.S. porn star and expatriate Dillon Day, who headed from Chatsworth to greener pastures in Eastern Europe with his mate Dasha, and cranked out junk like this in his latter career. It's somewhat mystifying in content and I daresay not worth trying to watch or deconstruct.

But for the academically inclined, it does represent the apotheosis of lookalike imitation, something often occurring in Adult Cinema. The movie's title was previously used by Paul Thomas for an effective softcore feature shown on cable TV that merely proved that PT could competently direct a non-hardcore show if given the chance. But Dillon's target here is Pamela Anderson, strictly for commercial reasons.

Sin CIty released the picture in America and from the packaging I thought I would be getting a typical Sin City feature, rather than all-sex slop from Europe. There is a bit of voice-over narration at the opening, credited to "Angelique", but no actual story or characters emerge.

Instead we have a succession of beautiful, busty blonde babes from Europe, whose resemblance to each other and also to Pam Anderson is merely confusing. I tried briefly in vain to go back to the opening credits where cast is sort of visually matched to their stage names, but got no closer to sorting them out.

Principal blonde is one Pamela Sandersin, a wannabe bombshell from Rumania. She made a couple of more features for pornographer Roland Dante (who is featured in the cast here) and released by Sin City, but just resembling Pam Anderson ain't enough to launch a career.

Far more famous Euro talent brightens up the screen in the form of Stacy Silver, Jane Darling and Sharka Blue, while for contrast the equally busty but thankfully brunette Cory Everson is also tossed into the sexual mix. If any of it makes any sense or has a semblance of continuity, that is strictly accidental.

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Prague, Czech Republic