The corpulent and hooded Dan Hawke, director and Master in this bondage title, keeps things simple yet effective. Not a whole lot happens. His rope ties are minimal, but there's an overall effect achieved for those looking to see women struggle uncomfortably, undergoing bondage and some pain seemingly against their will. Hawke's most effective tool is his playing space, a cavernous empty warehouse in which the moans and cries and whimpers of the girls echo and reverberate wonderfully.
April is a thin cute blonde put in a variety of standing binds, chained to a pillar, legs spread, arms behind back, and ball-gagged. She cries through the whole thing as her arms are later held overhead, mousetraps applied to her pussy lips and tied to her toes, clothespins attached to arms and a flogger and riding crop used lightly and half-heartedly on her torso. Liz Tyler in a separate scene, bedecked in white see-through body suit, is simply roped to that pillar as it's stretched upward with a pulley, stretching it against her snatch. It's very simple, but an effective image.
Retailing: For your fans of bound women.