|Released||Nov 01st, 2006|
|Companies||the Baby Factory, Something Weird Video Wilbur, The Baby Factory,Something Weird Video Wilbur|
|Cast||Keith McConnell, Candy Nash, Maria Aronoff, Sue Silva, Peter Ford, Others, Mary Beth Hughes, Larisa Schubert, Patrick M Legrand, Lisa Grant, Catherine Philippe, Others Tanya: D: Nate Rodgers Sasha Gibson, Stuart Lancaster, Diana Cope, Suzi Adams|
In Wilbur, an idealistic young man, with nearly perfect genetics, is pressed into service to father 2,000 children for a perfect future race. It's loveless, soulless sex (all presented in a very softcore way), fueled by drugs and authoritarian coercion. When he rebels against his task, the pressure, as well as additional drugs, comes on thick and heavy. It's stark-looking fare, with a confusing plot, a few truly disturbing elements (like the pregnant pre-teen couple), and some truly beautiful girls. While all does not end well and happy, it's a somewhat interesting, though muddled, ride to get there.
Tanya, on the other hand, takes on a more freewheeling, full-tilt hippy feel. It's a fabricated take on what Patty Hearst abduction, and brainwashing, might have been like. Tanya eventually embraces the spirit of the SLA group, and embarks on sexual wantonness. But what it really offers is unattractive sex scenes (which include some daring-for-the-times interracial pairings) and anti-capitalist banter.
Retailing: Golden age fans will enjoy these ?70s efforts.