4 June 2019 | huh_oh_i_c
The frustrations of a 50+ white male about a group of Teutonic neo-nazi-ish boy toys.
The Deleted, ostensibly, a series about escaped members of a cult, and how they get tracked down by the loyal members of that same cult, is actually just a vehicle upon which Easton Ellis can project his sexual frustrations.
That the writer-director is gay, is immediately made clear by the endless parade of nude white male supermodels , all of them super WASPs, despite one actor hailing from Costa Rica: its the whitest country in Latin America. w This is not a movie for hetero sexuals, the sole nude girl Agatha (Madeline Brewer) is not all that pretty, and the pretty girl Breedy (Amanda Czerny) is, how to put this politely.... "overly voluptuous", and not nude. The one girl who is both pretty and has a good body, Kylie (Alissa Violet), or Logan Conrads cousin, is sexy in a bikini. And frankly, the whole atmosphere of the series spurs one to believe the two cousins are about to have sex at any moment, but she is not nude.
The story is a bit confusing in the beginning, because there are so many characters and they all look alike A LOT, just like in a Japanese manga.
They all look like they came from some Bruce Weber catalog.