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SIN REVIEWED “Sin” spotlights three episodes staged in the 1920s and 1940s. After opening up on an Egyptian themed striptease, it’s not long before we’re examining the duality of a nun and a young woman. Then, it’s a maid and an amputee putting on a kink show. Mixing vintage erotica and surrealistic film making into a thirty minute short film is unique. That being said, I can see how this film might not work for...
October 16, 20162 min

SIN REVIEWED

“Sin” spotlights three episodes staged in the 1920s and 1940s. After opening up on an Egyptian themed striptease, it’s not long before we’re examining the duality of a nun and a young woman. Then, it’s a maid and an amputee putting on a kink show. Mixing vintage erotica and surrealistic film making into a thirty minute short film is unique. That being said, I can see how this film might not work for people.

Honestly, I pity the 12 year old kid that picks this up thinking its a skin flick. There is plenty of skin to be had, but this is a film that wants to say something with no dialogue. Whether it’s belly dancing, modeling or fetish kink; why are people attracted to things sexually. There’s the aspect of treating the actions as sin, but no one fears to indulge in the material. I’m not familiar with the director in the slightest, but I’d love to see what could be done with a full length documentary or even a feature. I highly recommend picking this one up.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Nude Color Outtakes
  • SIN teasers
  • Super 8 short films
  • 64 page booklet

A/V STATS

  • 1.33:1 1080p transfer
  • Dolby Digital 2.0

RELEASE DATE: 9/13/16

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    Audio - 90%
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    Supplemental Material - 90%
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    Film Score - 95%
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The Plot Thus Far

From the Director of Pig and Bettie Page: Dark Angel comes the erotic, surreal, controversial film SIN. Three episodes, staged in the 1920-1940s, where each story tells the duality of a female protagonist; the belly/frolic dancer (with Angelita Franco of Tinto Brass’ Kick the Cock), the sculpture model versus the nun (with Caroline Pierce), the legless aristocrat and the nurse (with Dahlia Dark). Inspired by early 19th century vintage erotica and surrealistic filmmaking, Nico B’s exploration and discovery of the subliminal curse of destiny we call SIN. Super 8 silent film with a soundtrack by Claude Debussy.

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