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Spain/USA 2002
produced by
Tommy Chase, Sol Clink, Casey Yip, Kevin Collins (executive) for One Shot Studios, Los Dos Hombres
directed by Jess Franco
starring Carina Palmer, Carsten Frank, Lina Romay, Fata Morgana, Domiziano Arcangeli, Ezequiel Cohen, Steve Barrymore
written by Jess Franco, additional dialogue by Kevin Collins, music by Daniel J. White, Jess Franco

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Painter Johan Harker (Carsten Frank) could not be happier, he has a lovely wife, Rosa (Lina Romay), a wonderful daughter, Lucy (Carina Palmer), his paintings are a phenomenal success, and thus he can afford himself and his family a life in luxury ... but of course, this happiness comes with a price, because 20 years ago, Johan Harker made a pact with an incubus, Lorna (Fata Morgana), who promised him 20 years of happiness - in return for his daughter Lucy (which Lorna helped to procreate).

Naturally, Harker is reluctant to pay his due after 20 years, and he even tries to kill the incubus - unsuccessfully, naturally -, but that makes Lorna all the more determined to get what she believes is hers ... so she possesses Rosa and drives her out of her mind, to a point where she strangles Harker to death before dieing herself.

Then Lorna and her minions go get Lucy, strip her, whip her, and to top it off, Lorna then sodomizes her with a strap-on. Then Lorna disappears, having done her duty and having made the girl the spawn of Satan ...


For the most part of the film, it doesn't seem as if even director/writer Jess Franco himself knew where to go with it, as he seems rather bored with his subject matter. That the film is grossly underbudgeted of course doesn't help one bit, neither does the fact that Carsten Frank totally fails to convince in what is the central role of the film. It is only the last quarter of an hour of the running time that the film actually comes to life. Here, Jess Franco once again enters De Sade-territory and shows his mastery in directing weird, almost surreal rituals of sex and S/M, not in all that much graphic detail (the film is strictly softcore) but quite sensuous in a perverse sort of way anyhow. In itself, this extended sex-scene is totally worth watching - unfortunately it's not enough to save the film aas such ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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