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This was an odd movie, if you call it that. It was more of a series of vignettes than a cohesive film. There were only three principal characters; the rest of the actors appeared uncredited.
Griffin Drew stars as Elizabeth, a woman who has strange dreams about past lives she believes to have had. Bill, her husband, advises her to see Dr. Whitney, a "past life therapist" and psychoanalyst, played by Amy Lindsay. Yes, Amy Lindsay plays a doctor--a pretty good looking doctor. While drugged up and in restful slumber, Elizabeth tells Dr. Whitney into the past lives she's had.
First, she's a prison guard in the 17th century (played by Susan Featherly, always a treat to see her), then she's with a man in the 18th century, then she's having sex with a guy in a tribal village of some sort (the woman is Taimie Hannum), and after that she's out on a pasture in the mid-1700's with another guy (the woman in the scene is Mia), after that she's a maid to an overbearing queen (the queen is Nikki Fritz), which leads to some girl-girl action. Then, she's literally "rolling in the hay" with a guy during the Revolutionary War, and after that she's having sex with another guy outside of a barn (woman played by Kim Yates).
What was quite puzzling was yet another life she had, in Italy during the early 1800's. The scenes for this life were actually clips from the film "Phantom Love", which also stars Griffin Drew. In that film, Griffin plays a woman whose eyes were opened after a trip to America, and upon returning to her home in Italy, embarks on a journey of self-liberation. I made it sound like a touching tear-jerker, but it's far from it. I wrote a review of that film on IMDB, there's more details there. At least they included the "Kiss Me Chauncey" scene I thought was pretty funny.
Anyway, this film had no storyline to it; it was merely a collection of vignettes and clips from another movie. At least the deep roster of women and the short running time (only 74 minutes) kept me from deducting even more points from this film.
Women: A+ (The female cast in this film was suprisingly deep considering the short duration. Nikki Fritz, Taimie Hannum, Kim Yates, Susan Featherly, Mia, and a couple others whose names I know but can't remember right now, make up a solid cast of women. Griffin Drew and Amy Lindsay top things off, although Amy didn't take her clothes off in this one. She does look good with her legs crossed, though.)
Sex: B- (Plenty of scenes, but they were all in slow motion. The quality of the women help this grade out somewhat, but let the girls move around in real time, please?)
Story: F (Like I said, there was no storyline, no character development, no nothing. There wasn't much dialogue and the characters had little more than names--some of them didn't even have that.)
Overall: B- (The story grade knocks a full grade point off, but the film still gets by on its talented female cast and the number of sex scenes. Granted, there were three or four scenes from "Phantom Love" in there, but the other vignettes were okay, too. It's borderline on whether I'd tape it or not, but the women were good enough to warrant a second viewing. Overall, better than average but not by much.)
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