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Anita e la Maschera di Ferro

The Lady in the Iron Mask

Italy 1998
produced by
Gianfranco Romagnoli (executive) for Butterfly Motion Pictures
directed by Joe D'Amato (= Aristide Massaccesi)
starring Anita Blond, Zenza Raggi, Yvette Bars (= Sdena Locowa), Leslie White (= Leslie Taylor), Victoria Barakova, Bruno SX, Judith Varadt, Davide Gladio, Christina Elias, Chris Charming, Ajnalka Kovacs (= Wanda Curtis)
screenplay by Donna Davis, very loosely based on the novel The Man in the Iron Mask by Alexandre Dumas père, music by Francesco Santucci

Man in the Iron Mask

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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France, circa the 17th century: The king has two daughters, identical twins, but while Madeleine (Anita Blond) is virtuous to the core, Jacqueline (also Anita Blond) is perverted and evil - so evil that she even performs black widow sex, meaning she kills her partner right after intercourse. When her father finds her naked next to the dead body, he decides to lock her away, and forces her to wear an iron mask so nobody can see her face ever again. Jacqueline's lover Alain though tells Madeleine about this and persuades her to visit her sister in prison - where Jacqueline persuades her to switch places with her ... after all, Madeleine likes to meditate, and what place is more tranquil to do so than the dungeon, right? Of course, Jacqueline promises Madeleine to return and again switch places with her in a bit, but actually she never plans to.

The first thing Jacqueline does as Madeleine is is to write Madeleine's fiancé Jean-Pierre a letter to make sure he keeps away from her ... and Jean-Pierre grows mighty suspicious for sure. So Jacqueline switches tactics and organizes an orgy for him ...

Alain meanwhile grows mighty confused and he visits Madeleine in the dungeon, not knowing which one of the sisters she is - but whoever she is, she gives herself up to him in sexual intercourse, maybe to further her release ... fat chance though, because while Jean-Pierre has noticed some serious changes in orgy-mad Madeleine (actually Jacqueline), he rather likes these changes.


Joe D'Amato's porn movies he made towards the end of his career are a mixed bag of goodies: Some are actually pretty inspired, plot-driven films while others are nothing but a tiring succession of fuckscenes where the plot is nothing but a hanger for sex aplenty. The Lady in the Iron Mask is located somewhere in the middle of these two extremes: The plot, while not entirely great, is actually fun at least, and some of the sex scenes are actually woven into the story rather than just tacked on - but there are other fuckscenes that lack narrative necessity (or even motivation as such) which every now and again bring the film to a grinding halt. On the plus side then are quite decent sets and costumes, lavish camerawork, and Anita Blond (with brunette hair in this one) looks really stunning ...


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