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Malice's (Sasha Grey) daily routine consists of being electroshocked
and being strapped to her bed in a torture camp-like asylum for pretty
much all of the time - until a human-sized rabbit (Stephen Powers)
releases her from her straps and shows her a way out of the asylum ...
that eventually lands her in the middle of the desert, nude. The asylum's
head guard Jack (Dirty Fred) is hot on her trail though ...
Malice makes it to a gas station where she steals some cloths, and meets a
man, Chester Cat (Keni Styles), who wants to take photos of her in a
cute-girl outfit - which eventually leads to sex. Later, Chester takes her
to his friend, stripclub owner Kater (Ron Jeremy in a non-fucking role),
for some drugs, and then to a big brothel, where Malice has a threeway
with two girls.
Guard Jack however still is hot on her trail, and he
shoots Kater for information, and shoots Chester once he has caught up
with them. Malice in the meantime manages to escape thanks to a timely
warning from the rabbit, and she hooks up with two guys and a girl out to
shoot a threeway porn movie, and since they've just lost their cameraman,
they invite Malice to take over.
As soon as the porn shoot is over, the
rabbit appears again to warn Malice, but too late, guard Jack shows up to
shoot him, then wants to shoot Malice as well, when his boss, the
perverted Doctor Queenie (Andy San Dimas), shows up and keeps him from
killing her - without torturing and humiliating her first. Then however,
Malice wakes up back at the asylum strapped to her bed, and it was all
just a dream ...
An artsy piece of porn cinema that does have
some things going for it, like its stylish direction, its radical and
intentionally sleazy re-interpretation of Alice in Wonderland-motives,
and a surprisingly fitting rock-score. All this adds up to an ok movie,
that could have been much better if a bit more thought was invested into
the script, and the main point here is that the central character of
Malice remains disappointingly flat throughout. This is not the fault of
Sasha Grey though, who might not be the best of actresses of such but who
given the right material can rise to the occasion. The problem here is,
she is given nothing to work with, the character of Malice is so
featureless it's almost pitiful, and the few lines Ms Grey is given do
nothing to shed light on her role.
Still, even if you're not that much
into porn, you might like this one for its creative approach. Don'T expect
a masterpiece though.