This film manages to be sexy, offensive and laugh-out-loud funny in equal measure, and is probably the only film I have seen that pulls this off (except other films by Bruce LaBruce ... ). It is very non-PC, with some very funny scenes and some you balk at, particularly the references to Nazi insignia. I wish these weren't there, because the fascination some of the characters feel for this ideology is repellent. The rest of the obnoxious behaviour passes in context, although it is certainly challenging, particularly the way certain scenes have a very erotic charge when you feel by rights they shouldn't. The editing looks cheap but is somehow made all the more potent by that. And of course the scenes of violence or coercion are not well acted, no doubt intentionally, so it comes across as staged, which allows us to see it as sexy. All the sex scenes are extraordinarily charged, in fact, ranging from totally acceptable fantasies with the plumber to the unacceptably bullying and coercive. Although the film is not intended to be taken too seriously, it certainly raises questions about our erotic responses and has far more effect than a lot of porn, even though you don't actually see all that much. This effect prevents us from getting too sanctimonious about sex: desire is dangerous and cannot be reduced to PC notions. As long as it's just a fantasy it's OK, I think - this is the bottom line for me, otherwise you start giving in to censorship, prudishness and hypocrisy ... Talking of bottom lines, I loved the repeated zoom on the plumber's rear end visible above sagging trousers - so cheap, so brilliant! And typical of the editing style ... And Steve Masters and Eden Miller are the ultimate erotic fantasy together, or Masters and Bastian; these actors really know how to do sex right, and their facial expressions and moves are so unbelievably dirty! With its abrasive soundtrack and colourful use of language and verbal abuse, it's a film I can't help really liking in large part, even though I hate the Nazi references.