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Released: May 01st, 1999
Running Time: 83
Director: Joe D'Amato
Company: In-X-Cess International
Cast: Reinhardt, Sean Michaels, Frank Gun, Eva Henger, Erika Bella, Maria Swalloy, Mike Foster, Jean-Yves LeCastel, Susana Farcach
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Stock and recommend on the merit of costuming, lighting, and gorgeous female performers.
This story line is a marvelous creation: An executive-type woman sits down at her desk, logs on to her computer and goes to work on an ongoing project about a 13th century abbey. She watches with amazement as the images on her screen start to move about.
Three robed monks carry a beautiful priestess through an ancient gothic temple. Gently, they lay her down upon the smooth marble floors and shed their heavy woolen robes. One by one, she takes the men into her mouth and strokes them with her skilled hands. She allows them to use her body in ways that, during the time of The Inquisition, would have been cause for persecution.
Watching with rapt attention and longing, the executive suddenly starts to dissolve into tiny particles, and is transported back in time through her computer to the ancient gothic temple. She is exquisitely dressed in a sapphire velvet robe and headdress. A group of priests find the beautiful woman wandering around their house of worship and take her to a stone pillar, where they tie her up and make her watch, and wait - for soon it will be her turn. And so on and so on.
As wonderful as this sounds, the film has its problems. The sound has been edited in such a way that during the sex we hear dubbed slurping noises incongruent with the actual sex being performed on screen. Dialogue is not a part of this film, which adds to general dullness. In the second scene the woman is transported to the roaring thirties and joins an erotic dinner party with many well-dressed people. But with six bodies to shoot the director couldn't focus and the shots became a jumbled mix of close-ups.