A mother lives in a trailer in the woods with her daughters Emily and Kandi. After Emily and Kandi are abducted by a nefarious group of pirates who reside in an empty swimming pool, the ...
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A mother lives in a trailer in the woods with her daughters Emily and Kandi. After Emily and Kandi are abducted by a nefarious group of pirates who reside in an empty swimming pool, the mother must embark on a perilous journey into the dangerous forest in order to save them. The mother encounters singing transvestites, a lesbian gang, a sect of homosexual monks, and a helpful dwarf named Derek on her trek to find her daughters.Written by
Emily (Clair Dia) and Kandi (Kandi Johnson) are young sisters living deep in the woods with their protective mother. The mother always warns them not to go too far from their home because of certain types out there. One day the girls go too far and run into a pack of wild guys who call themselves The Dykes. Soon the girls are raped and kidnapped, which has the mom going out for them only to run into lesbians, homosexual cults and various other types.
Alex De Renzy's LITTLE SISTERS is without a question one of the strangest porn films that you've ever going to see. Okay, it's not as crazy as something like BAT PUSSY or the director's own LONG JEANNE SILVER but there's no question that the director pretty much throws everything into this film and packs quite a bit of weirdness in its 65-minute film.
I think the weakest aspect of the film are the final fifteen-minutes when it seems as if they ran out of any sort of story and just turned to a bunch of hardcore scenes. However, everything leading up to that was pretty fun, wild and certainly over-the-top. The "rape" sequence between the sisters and The Dykes is beyond belief as it basically turns into a large gang bang. There's nothing too offensive and everything is done in fun (yeah, it was the 70s when rape could be showed in a light way).
There are some really bizarre sequences throughout the film including the homosexual orgy that pretty much comes out of nowhere. By this point you know that the director was willing to do just about anything to keep the viewer off their rocker.
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