I enjoyed the video, and can't understand why this production has such a low rating. I was apprehensive about buying without a preview, because Ninn operates a factory that churns out a number of productions each year. The quality can be quite variable.
However, this was a decent show with a reasonable budget. The narrative was straight-forward about a future society with a repressive authoritarian regime.
The new government cracks down on creative thought and Ray Bradbury's works are labeled pornography. A policeman is sent to retire four androids (ala Blade Runner). The last android is human enough to have wants, as well as needs.
The movie provided a look at a number of situations in this future society. However, the poor script and acting failed to provide the cohesion between the ideas and the sex.
In comparison, the Ninn factory in the same year produced a post-modern show 'Fetish The Dream Scape'. Directed by Laurent Sky, it provided a closer association between a machine society, repression, sex, fetishism and violence.
What about the sex? 'Perfect' shines in this respect. The women have tremendous make-overs. They pose and perform sex with relish. The slow motion effects were sublime.
In summary, I would rate the movie as a 5 for mainstream cable. And, a 7 for an adult feature.
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