Made on a shoestring budget at the South Australian Film Corporation’s studio in Adelaide, this Australian film is (allegedly) set in a dystopian future where the powers-that-be have published a porn mag to keep the rebellious masses docile.
Despite the references to the future, it plays like a soap opera about the photographer, his model and his boss – and looks like it’s set in 1970s Adelaide.
Made at a time when tax breaks were the main motive for much film financing in Australia – which explains a lot.
But at least there’s a lot of soft-core nudity.
Teresa Hamilton Small