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A weird, very bad film, with horrible actors and "level 0" scenario - but also with two very hot chicks and ONE A++ scene...
on 30 December 2012
This is a very bad film, but I do not regret I bought and watched it, as it has also a little element of "so bad that almost good".
Except for the title and the fact that the main character is a woman, this film has NOTHING to do with the "She" novel by H. Rider Haggard. The "story" - if one can use this word - occurs in some near future, after some mysterious disaster ("The Cancellation"), on the ruins of our civilization. In principle it is the story of a young blond hunk, travelling in company of his dark haired friend, looking for his abducted sister. But the whole film is mostly the pretext to show very generously the amazing bodies of two main female protagonists - the Queen Goddess She (Sandahl Bergman) and her female bodyguard Shandra (Quin Kessler). The whole film has actually the kind of scenario and acting of a soft porn film, which just doesn't dare to show full intercourse...)))
Other than the two girls (who are indeed absolutely amazing beauties, both clothed and unclothed) the other reasons for which I give it two stars are the incredible costumes and weapons. The "bad guys" (the Norks, who according to some were supposed to be the degenerate descendants of New Yorkers...) look indeed as if they were dressed by somebody on an acid trip. Also, one must admire the sheer courage of introducing at one moment a very male giant with a bushy beard and dressing him as a ballerina - make up included... And then there is one very original, clever and funny scene with Xenon the sailor, the lone guard watching the bridge leading to the "bad guys" (Norks) domain. Well, he hardly needs any reinforcements at his post as he is a kind of "an army of one"...)))
Now, this film being considered by some as a "cult" movie, I am glad that I finally saw it (not without some fast forwarding here or there) - but I do not think I will see it another time. Ever. As for you, well, you may want to try to find it on the internet rather than buying the DVD, as this is, in my opinion, a "see once and never more" thing.