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Ruby (Ruby LaRocca) is totally strung out from drugs, but drugs are
also the center of her life, to a point where she doesn't care anymore
about her dealer Orock fucking her occasionally. Only one time when he
falls asleep after sex, she goes through his pockets and finds a bag of
drugs ... which she takes from him to satisfy her own needs.
Totally high on drugs, Ruby wanders through the park, where she
stumbles upon cute Opal (Misty Mundae), a girl she really feels attracted
to and a girl who is just as much of a junkie as she is. Ruby takes Opal
back to her appartment, where they have a drug-drenched sex-party and
where Ruby, numbed from all the drugs she has been taking in her life, has
an orgasm for the first time in years.
Eventually though, the girls' drug supply runs out, and coming out of
it is never easy ... so Opal decides to visit a friend who's trading drugs
for blowjobs but promises Ruby to come back. However, one hour quickly
turns into two, then three, and Ruby is more strung out than ever ... so
she calls an old friend, a stripper (Darian Caine), who just happens to
trade drugs for sexual favours. In exchange for a bag of drugs, Ruby gives
her friend head, then she at first wants to wait for Opal, to share the
drugs with her ... but Opal is taking her time, and when she does come
back, Ruby has used the stuff all up. That though doesn't keep her from
using Opal's drugs as soon as she got them out of her pocket ... but
suddenly, Ruby o.d.s and dies, right before Opal's eyes.
Opal has a nervous breakdown, which is right when Orock comes, wanting
revenge for Ruby stealing the drugs - and he is so infuriated that he
forcefeeds Opal all the pills he has brought, which eventually kill her,
just for a tiny bag of drugs, and the few dollars Opal was carrying.
There are two reasons why a guy like me just has to love Seduction
1) They are digging up all these weird and obscure 1960's and 70's
sexploitation gems (like Lustful
Addiction by Nick Philips) and put them out on DVD, with a
house-made remake tagged on, to secure these old gems a large enough
and 2) Seduction takes its girls (at least some of them) serious
enough to eventually let them do more than just lose their cloths - and
voilá, this film was written and directed by their most popular girl,
Misty Mundae.(who loses her cloths in this one as well, though).
Now, a sex-actress directing is not necessarily a good thing, but Lustful
Addiction (which has very little to do with Nick Philips' 1969
original) turns out to be a very moody, sensual sex-film (even if the
central sex-scene between Ruby and Misty seems to take a tad too long),
carried by a great central performance by Ruby LaRocca (easily her best
performance yet), well-written off-screen narration (there are no
on-screen sounds in this film, just like in Nick Philips' original) and a
great musical score by Tim Tomorrows and the Pink Delicates. And Misty
herself has probably never looked better in a film ...