Little known film by military documentary filmmaker Robert Ball Jr. Robert tries his hand at comedy, producing a gem as dark as it is funny. Imagine two gorgeous women who, when marooned with an ex marine on an island, slowly shift into bitch-autopilot as they virtually devour and destroy our good-natured boy scout piece by piece while he tries in vain to save their lives. Stuck together on a beach, the two women move from gratitude towards their would-be rescuer to utter malice and contempt, using their sexual power as a means of dominance over this man, who judging by his behavior, is either a virgin or latent homosexual. Plenty of dick jokes and slaps at white-trash culture, as the lead female fondly recounts her time with her abusive, alcoholic boyfriend now washed ashore in a heap of drowned flesh. It's a disgusting movie at times, morally reprehensible and 66.6% of the personae dramatics lack one redeeming quality, other than their generous physical attributes. Over all, great script with tons of cheap-shots for even the most schadenfreude oriented viewers.
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