Nervy enough to claim to be an updating of the classic 1950 film La Ronde, this late-night-cable-fodder does borrow that film’s structure as we move from one erotic anecdote to another, with a character from one story taking us into another, and so on, creating a chain of narratives involving rich people gettin’ it on. I used the word “erotic” because everybody gets nekkid, but the charge the film carries is negligible. Thinks of it as a bad Robert Altman film with worse dubbing.Audio
Both good and bad aspects to the mono. The music (which is exactly as cheesy as you might expect) sounds surprisingly good, especially in the bass. The dialogue, however, is pretty harsh, and since it’s already badly dubbed, listening to it is a real chore.
This isn’t a great film by any stretch of the imagination, but it could look a bit better than this. The colours are okay, as are the flesh tones and the blacks, but the grain and pixellation are pretty bad, the image is soft, and the print suffers from some minor damage. So the movie doesn’t sound that good, or look that good, and it isn’t that good, so why bother?
Not a lot of point here. Look elsewhere.