This artcore film by Laurent Sky would be fantastic background for a party or nightclub, but is a little non-linear to sit down and watch. Once the movie gets going, it's almost entirely sex scenes, with little filler, but it's a bit slow to start. The settings and costumes were very attractive, although the lighting and editing occasionally detract from the actual sexual content. Some of the images are slightly disturbing, which might make it unacceptable to some viewers, although others might find this a selling point. Although most of the actresses had typical porn bodies, there were a couple women who were bigger than usually seen in porn, and that was a welcome change.
The sexual acts featured, however, are fairly standard. The fetish content is mostly apparent in the costumes and setting, which is nightclub-mimicking-warehouse style. There's a touch of voyeurism and a little medical fetish in the final scene. There's also a repeated image of a man using a penis pump, but that's not an actual scene. It's very reminiscent of a music video. The biggest complaint about this film (which is strictly a matter of taste) is that the music overwhelms the sex sounds -- in fact, in many scenes, the actual sounds of sex are not playing at all. However, the music (dance/industrial) is not bad, if a bit repetitive.
It's a really well produced and beautiful film, which would be great to have on in the background, but not recommended for an evening of quality alone time.
Condoms are used for some acts in this film, but it's not consistent.
Don't watch this movie if you are epileptic! Ninn worx has taken a liking to quick scene cuts/editing. During the first scene the picture cut every 8-9 seconds, after a few minutes of this our heads were spinning.
The fetish title is questionable. It seems that they threw together a bunch of dwarves/midgets (not having sex), porn stars, some art chairs, an industrial warehouse and a little leather, latex and pseudo techno music and viola, fetish movie. On top of everything else the sex was average at best.
If you have A.D.D. and can't sit still for more than 8 seconds, and you dig seeing a dwarf spinning a metallic globe while people fuck in the foreground on a funky metal chair, move this one to the top of your list pronto. If you have other ideas about fetishes and like a little continuity in your movie, skip this one and don't look back.
Artcore Version: Acclaimed photographer Laurent Sky continues the fetish saga with extreme zones of sexual vision. Five scorching surreal scenes, a technicolor landscapre, illuminating the carnal realms of Laurent Sky. Industrial. Hardcore. The future of sex has arrived.