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Misty's Secret

USA 2000
produced by
ei Independent Cinema (Factory 2000/Seduction)
directed by William Hellfire
starring Misty Mundae (= Erin Brown), Tina Krause (as Mia Copia), Ruby LaRocca (as Esmerelda DeLaRocca), William Hellfire, Christophe Brier

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Misty (Misty Mundae) is in Paris with Tina (Tina Krause), but when they are sitting together in their hotel's bathtub (naked of course), she realizes she feels drawn to her sexually, & they soon make out ... but Tina seems to be shocked, mainly about herself, afterwards.

Meanwhile in New York, Ruby (Ruby LaRocca) ... well, walks around the place, followed by creepy Billy (William Hellfire). Then she visits her friend, who tells her she has to go out for a couple of hours, but Ruby should make herself at home, but always keep the blinds down, since the neighbour is a voyeur. Ruby of course has nothing better to do than strip to her panties, parade in front of the brightly lit window (blinds up of course), & masturbate ...

Misty & Tina meanwhile visit a Paris graveyard, where they are hit upon one of these Frenchmen (Christophe Brier), but somehow they aren't in the mood for a threesome ... & soon enough, the Frenchman is strangled by weird Billy (who's no longer in New York it seems), using a necktie.

Back at home, Misty & Tina make out again, & this time Tina feels much more at ease with her lesbian streak, then they fall asleep ... until creepy Billy shows up, strangling Misty using his necktie.

Then, rather inexplicably, the film is over.


A very boring piece of erotica, where the camera manages to deliver sex & nudity in the dullest way possible, as if the cameraman was shoosing his shots by pure chance rather than trying to show anything interesting. Plus, every now & again, the camera just fades away when it gets interesting (which would be ok in a tv movie, but this is supposed to be a sexfilm, isn't it. That the (scarce) dialogue is incredibly blatant doesn't help either, & the storytelling is completely off, making little sense, & the 2 plots are not even connected in the slightest (other than William Hellfire lurking around in both of them), which makes one wonder why there is a story in the first place. Director William Hellfire claimed once that the fiolms of Andy Warhol's Factory were his main influence, which makes sense regarding his bold abandonment of cinematic rules. But comparing his dull wannabe-erotica to the (relative) freshness of the Factory stuff, it seems he should look for inspiration elsewhere.


The Paris scenes by the way were shot back to back with Donald Farmer's much more ambitious An Erotic Vampire in Paris, also sharing the same cast.

Oh, and by the way, some evidence suggests that Misty's Secret is actually a cut-down version of Hellfire's The International Necktie Strangler, that runs about 80 mintues (compared to Misty's Secret's 45), but seems to have little else to offer apart from Ruby being killed by creepy Billy, too (that's why International Necktie Strangler).


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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