|Released||Mar 01st, 1999|
|Companies||Black Lavel, Private U.S.A.|
|Distribution Company||Private U.S.A.|
|Cast||Suzan Nielsen, Laslo Gipsy, Henrietta, Gyonguy, Philippe Soine, Kata Lynn, Eva Roberts, Alain Deloin, Richard Langin, Natacha (I), Gabriella (I), J.P.X., Andrew Youngman, Bagheera, Inga (I), Lydia (III)|
|Critical Rating||AAA 1/2|
The elements for a tube-melting video are here in Vol. 4 of Private's Black Label series: Rio de Janeiro, director Pierre Woodman, and a dazzling cast of Private girls. But in a textbook example of how even the best laid plans can go awry, it never quite comes together.
Indecency 2 sees multimillionaire Henry Nelson consummate his deal to spend 48 hours with Isabelle, played by Kata Lynn, for $1 million. Sound familiar, as in Indecent Proposal? So many things are stolen from that film that it's hard to know if this a satire, an homage, or if Woodman has run out of creative steam. A helicopter, the cuckolded husband, the reconciliation, gratitude to NElson for showing them how much they need each other, on and on. The only thing Woodman didn't include was a vomit bag. The dialogue is more nauseating than the source material, and, worst of all, it's atrociously dubbed.
The sex, though, is what this is all about, and, true to form, Woodman delivers when he has to. A million bucks to bone Demi Moore a few times is an outrageous ripoff, but it's a bargain for Kata Lynn, especially when she brings along her fuck-hungry friends. There are four three-ways, a fourway, and an eight-participant orgy at the end filled with multiple variations: b/g/b, g/b/g, blowjobs, cunt-lucking, mish, doggie, cow, and multiple facials. Some of the Brazilian scenery is spectacular, but more shots of Rio would have been appreciated.