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The life of Alice (Lina Romay) and her boyfriend (Antonio Mayans)
couldn't be better: They stay at a beautiful house on the beach, have a
very healthy sex life, the boyfriend is in the middle of writing a
promising novel, and their vacation has just begun ... but Alice has
nightmares, nightmares about a weird woman called Tara (Ajita Wilson) and
her two sex slaves (Lorna Green, José Ferro) that usually ends in death.
Then Alice gets a call from work, to visit a certain Princess Obongo on
her island to sell her a mansion in Atlantic City. Now Alice is of course
on vacation ... but she gets a good cut out of the deal, so she accepts.
on the island, she has to find out that Princess Obongo is in fact Tara,
but it's also impossible for her to resist Tara sexually. Eventually,
Alice escapes Tara's place in the all nude ...
Back with her boyfriend,
she tells him her whole story, and how her nightmares stopped after her
encounter with Tara. That gets the boyfriend interested ... and on the
next day he's gone, he has become a sex slave of Tara. When Alice comes
after him to fetch him back, she comes to realize he was only bait to get
her here, because apparently Tara is not a simple person as such but a
nightmare demon or force of nature or something, but now she has found her
successor in Alice, and having dildoed her with a holy jade figure makes
Alice the new Princess Obongo while Tara can die in peace ...
wakes up, and she apparently hasn't gone to Tara's island yet, it was all
just a dream ... or has she in fact long become Princess Obongo?
Sexual is a film as pleasently weird and perverted as one would expect
from Jess Franco. Sure, the whole thing doesn't make much sense on a story
level, and lacks a proper narrative structure, but it's very interestingly
filmed in terms of camera set ups, angles and movements, it has got some
great locations that work nicely in the context of the plot, some
exquisitely bizarre scenesn that make the perversions the film undeniably
touches something more than just cheap spectacle to attract a larger
audience, plus the film relies much more on atmosphere than on story on
one hand, sex on the other.
Now certainly not for everyone, and
admittedly not even one of Franco's best movies, this nevertheless shows
the master in top form!