This controversial, quasi-documentary film concerns the bizarre, dysfunctional and perverse lifestyle of an artist and seven women who seek out and voluntarily remain in an ostensibly abusive emotional and sexual relationship. It takes place in a distant corner of the sado-masochistic world that exists far beyond mere fetishes and role-playing. In this world, sex is extreme, often violent, and people sometimes die.
Russia, 1917. Revolution is in the air. The Sevastopol anchors In Saint Petersburg. The sailors are thirsty for women and celebration. The ship becomes a dancehall. Bloodbath, pillage and kidnapping follows. A Nazi/Germany propaganda film.
A man and his wife stumble upon a town whose inhabitants turn into zombies and head for the edge of town every night... he seems to be the only one unaffected. What is happening to the townsfolk? Who is the mysterious young women he keeps seeing? Why isn't he affected?
Annecy is no tourist destination for three working-class Algerian brothers and their father, in the months after their mother has died. Marc is deeply troubled: he tries to stiff drug dealers and then plots revenge. Christophe is released from jail, lands a job, and must overcome various temptations in order to keep it. Olivier, nearing 18, may be falling in love with Hicham...
The plot has pretty, middle-class Caucasian girls (college students, runaways etc.) being kidnapped right of the streets of Zurich and Montreal(!), and after being beaten, raped, and hooked on heroin, they are sent to Amsterdam to work as zombified strippers and prostitutes in a nightclub called the Moulin Rouge.
A female reporter is investigating the disappearance of one girl and ends up on the trail of the slavers.
An evil doctor kidnaps, drugs and hypnotises young women into becoming assassins and sex slaves. John Leslie plays a cop who tracks down and tries to foil the nefarious scheme. Then, his own sister is recruited into the doctor's workforce and is sent out to kill him.
A documentary exposé inside the global sex trade in women from the former Soviet Bloc. The film takes viewers into the shadowy, multi-billion dollar world of sex trafficking. Part cinema verité, part investigation, Sex Slaves puts a human face on this most inhuman of contemporary issues. From the villages of Moldova and Ukraine to underground brothels and discotheques in Turkey where many women are trafficked and forced into prostitution, we witness first-hand the brutal world of white sex slavery.
Director Jake Malone makes his Evil Angel debut with this rough-sex masterpiece that lands like an open-hand slap to the face! Hitting, choking, verbal degradation and perverse violations are Malone's stock in trade. Semen-snorter Annette Schwartz and sweet victims Sasha Grey and weepy Adrianna Nicole all enjoy their share of physical and mental abuse. With 15 minutes of extra footage.
Australia’s slave trade is an untold story. Few people know that the Australian sugar industry was founded on the sweat of men and women enticed or kidnapped from the islands of the South Pacific. Sugar Slaves is the story of that human traffic, euphemistically known as "blackbirding".
Presented as a comment on the lifestyle of Bombay's rich, the film tells of the wealthy Mr. Nanavati (Sandow) who is attracted to a dancer, Roshanara (Yakbal) who in turn is represented by a Dalal Chhotalal (Noor Mohammed). Chhotalal plans to rob Nanavati and seizes his chance when the rich man buys a gold necklace as a present for his daughter's birthday. Chhotalal tempts Nanavati to visit Roshanara, who then seduces him and obtains the necklace. When Nanavati realizes that he has been duped, he accuses Chhotalal, who has by then switched the necklace for a fake. Roshanara, was based upon a real cabaret dancer of that name.