Running time: 131 mins.
Renowned for his highly stylised films, Michael Ninn has combined stainless steel Sci-Fi with Gregorian chant accompanied gothic horror for his 2053 set film, Perfect. With a huge cast of over 15 girls, including Jodie Moore, Brooke Hunter and Julie Ann, images bleed and blend into each other as characters merge and morph into computer generated androids.
Appearing for no more than three or four minutes, Layla~Jade, sporting cropped red hair, sits masturbating, while Rebecca (as Flick) gulps at a guy's cock. The scene is interlaced with three feather-clad girls fingering each other. Layla reappears dressed in white with a fur wrap, playing with her pussy by the side of a pool. Opposite, Flick forms a mirror image dressed in black. The camera zooms in and out. The costumes are the same but the girls have been replaced.
Normally, Ninn films are all about imagery and style, but with Perfect a plot about rogue female robots has been introduced. The reason for them being there or how the story links with the scenes is never made clear - even after watching the 90 minute accompanying DVD about the making of the movie. If you want to see stunning girls, clever camerawork and top quality effects, Perfect could fit the bill. Just don't expect to understand what's going on.
Review by Dawn "Hot Totty" Birtle
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