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PrisonWorld Title

Released Jun 01st, 1994
Running Time 90
Director Ernest Greene
Company Twist Productions
Critical Rating Not Yet Rated
Genre Specialty

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The camerawork and lighting are good, but with its Andrew Lloyd-Webber music and hilarious dialogue, this one plays best as comedy, although I'm sure that director Greene did not intend it to be that way! Porsche Lynn runs "Prisonworld", a dungeon with all the trimmings: whips, shackles, racks, examining tables, industrial strength vibrators, etc. When Sarah-Jane Hamilton surrenders herself to Prisonworld, and Lynn's tender mercies, by filling out the paperwork for her incarceration, the fun begins. Listen to some of this dialogue: Sarah-Jane: "Gee, you think I was going skydiving, with all these forms to fill out."

Porsche: "Diva, tell the prisoner her rights." Diva: (snootily) "You haven't any!" Wait, it gets better. How about Lynn in a pseudo-Ilsa outfit, complete with a white shirt, skinny red tie, black skirt and boots, and with a Coast Guard Officer's hat? In one highly charged scene, Lynn threatens Hamilton with her riding crop, whacking it against Sarah's prison bars, which then physically bend. It is all Hamilton can do not to bust up. Oh yeah, there is one scene where nipple-pierced Misty Rain and Hamilton really steam up the screen, but it's straight, with no bondage at all.

If you like absurd dungeon comedy along with your B&D, get this tape; more "serious" viewers might want to give it a pass.



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