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The Passions of Carol

USA 1975
produced by
Shaun Costello for Ambar Productions
directed by Shaun Costello (as Amanda Barton)
starring Merrie Holiday (= Mary Stuart), Kim Pope, Jamie Gillis, Arturo Millhouse, Kevin Andre, Shaun Costello (as Helmuth Richler), Rose Cranston (= Susan Sloan), Daniela Di Orici (= Day Jason), Angela Dermer (= Toni Scott), Marc Stevens, Sonny Landham, Alam Marlow, Stuart Dickerson (= Ashley Moore), Alan Grodin (= Carter Stevens)
written by Shaun Costello (as Amanda Barton), based on A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

A Christmas Carol

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Carol Scrooge (Mary Stuart) is the greedy and unscrupolous boss of a women's magazine (women's magazine as in it shows lots of naked men) ... until she is visited by three spirits (Arturo Millhouse, Kevin Andre, Shaun Costello), who take her to the Christmas past, present and future.

Christmas past: Carol is a spoiled highschool brat who pretty much forces her boyfriend (Alan Marlow) into threeway sex with her and her best friend (Rose Cranston) - with the result that he eventually marries her best friend.

Christmas present: Carol has forced her employee (Jamie Gillis) to work on Christmas Eve - and yet he's not bitter because he has a wife (Kim Pope) he loves and who loves him, and having sex with each other is all they need for happiness.

Christmas future: Carol has by now turned into a Times Square hooker, turning tricks on the cheap to make ends meet.

Seeing all of this has opened Carol's eyes and made her a better person ...


The hardcore porn version of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol - and if you say A Christmas Carol is not necessarily a story you'd think would be improved adding sex to the mix, I agree in principle ... and yet, this film manages to include the sex into the story (rather than tag sex scenes onto it) rather nicely. Add to this some wolcomely bizarre ideas, and you're getting somewhere - but not to perfection, as as nice as the sex is included into the story, it lacks any real narrative buildup to create any tension other than a sexual one. And while Mary Stuart is certainly nice to look at and actually looks the part, she is not enough of an actress to really pull off the more dramatic aspects of her character.

Now true, most people watching this will probably do so solely for the explicit sex - but then again, why tell a story in the first place?


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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