The acting isn't all that great but the music is good with a funky disco song, some gory violence with torture, nudity, and sleaze abound.
There are laws affecting sex workers, human rights laws, and legal identity issues.
Some of the scenes are gruesome, but they will keep you on the edge of your seat.
The film was released in a period when the code was still nominally in force but enforcement was in decline by
Toni tempts Chris with tastes of the life he left behind, and at a party they attend, an available girl makes him an offer so frank and inviting he very nearly cannot refuse.
The film was eventually passed fully uncut for video in
Iconic Documentary The film consists of a series of travelogue-vignettes providing glimpses into cultural practices throughout the world intended to shock or surprise the mostly Western film audience, including an insect banquet and a memorable straight male nude at a practising South Pacific cargo cult.
Rushdie later said:
Amsterdam, The Netherlands:
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