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Book of Revelation 2006

2.8 out of 5 stars (21) IMDb 5.4/10

Daniel (Tom Long, Two Hands, The Dish) is abducted by three mysterious women who, after 12 days of unspeakable torment, dump him on the outskirts of the city a broken man. His quest to discover their identities turns into a sexual odyssey almost as bizarre as his imprisonment. Also starring Greta Sacchi (The Player, Emma) and Deborah Mailman (Rabbit-Proof Fence, TV's The Secret Life of Us), this shocking erotic horror tale delves into the darkest perceptions of love and power.

Starring:
Tom Long, Greta Scacchi
Runtime:
1 hour, 58 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Romance, Mystery
Director Ana Kokkinos
Starring Tom Long, Greta Scacchi
Supporting actors Colin Friels, Deborah Mailman, Zoe Coyle, Nadine Garner, Olivia Pigeot, Ana Maria Belo, Belinda McClory, Sibylla Budd, Geneviève Picot, Nina Liu, Brian Lipson, Damien Fotiou, Marty Fields, Ken Radley, Anthony Wallace, Robert Morgan, Matt Wilson, Michael Carter
Studio Egami
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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As my Review Title would suggest, I'm torn between the comments in the reviews that currently exist.

The "Dangerous Delusions" review points out, this story is based around the abduction of a male dancer by three hooded/masked women. Yes, he "becomes a live sexual toy gratifying three women", however, the gratification is against his will and any attempt to deny their sexual demands are met with the threat of hobbling his ankles. And, as the story unfolds, we find that they also abducted this man in particular because they found his dancing to be beautiful, hence, they also 'request' that he puts on a dance performance for them. What happens next, is accurately reviewed in the second paragraph of "Dangerous Delusions".

The "Censorship" review is 100% correct when it comes down to, exactly that, the censorship of a supposed NR (Not Rated/Unrated) DVD title. I too was somewhat sold on this rating. Only to discover that it was horribly censored when it came to human genitalia scenes in this movie.

Whether this has anything to do with the Region 8 Code (International venues such as aircraft, cruise ships, etc.), I don't know? Certainly, I do caution anyone who wants to purchase this product based on the somewhat false "Product Details" which stated the "Rating" as being "Unrated".

It may be UNRATED but it certainly is heavily CENSORED!!!

As for my rating, I would have given this DVD a 4/5 stars based on the content evaluation of this title. The misleading product details deserves a 1/5 star rating because it did ruin the flow of the content. Overall, I had to meet somewhere in between, rating this 3/5.

- TZ!
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I rented this DVD from Netflix, and had high hopes for it. It was rated NR and would contain graphic sex scenes ala Shortbus and 9 Songs, however I was horrified to see this little grey circle censoring any naughty stuff. This completely ruined the viewing experience for me, and I would caution anyone renting or purchasing this DVD to make sure they get an uncensored copy.
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This review is for the Amazon VOD rental of this film. This is a good erotic
thriller import from Australia. Tom Long plays a male dancer kidnapped and
used for sexual purposes by three women. They dump him after having their way
with him and he spends the rest of the film trying to find them. The film is
well acted but does have the drawback in that nothing is resolved by the film's
end.
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The Book of Revelation was strongly graphic which could bother some people. I, however, thought it was very well acted and the premise was unique and interesting. It held one's attention throughout, leaving the viewer wondering what he/she would have done if something similar had occurred to him or her personally, thus, thought provoking. Tom Long, the principal actor, is a brave soul for taking on this unique role, and he was/is superb in it.
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A dark, sensual film that features an unusual spin upon the topic of rape, the protagonist finds himself in a position that some might find enviable, but the main thrust of the movie is less about the sexual dominion of the lovely women who take control of him than it is about the ensuing psychological impact upon the man's psyche and the distinctly different manner in which society reacts to the concept of a man in that position. I'd recommend it...
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Strange introspective study, full of Bergman references. Australian dancer goes missing for 12 days then returns, disturbed. Films that rely heavily on imagery are rarely very successful and this is no exception, though it is refreshing to see a new director who is not afraid to try a new approach. Tom Long is exceptional as the lead and the dance sequences are both very impressive and perturbing. The plot is too diffuse and fantasy-laden, however, to make a real impression. Has been tagged as a gay movie, which is absurd, though there is a very strong and at times expicit sexual element. Possible interpretation: thoughts of death destroy sexual desire ? Curiosity value.
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regardless of dislikes or likes, its a decent movie. its kind of kink a vicious but to be honest with you...how they twisted how abuse of what is normally seen in children...is in an adult. to me, it was really about what can happen to the mind, its vulnerabilities ....if one is subjected toleration criteria. anyways. check it out. lots of whacking off...
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the movie was very well acted. extremely interesting concept for a movie. but it was billed as horror, and it really wasn't. more of a psychological thriller/drama. what happens to the main character is certainly awful and in many ways a taboo subject, it plays very slowly and with no real climax to the plot. i truly came to like the main character and two of the supporting actors as well and cared about what happened to them. i just feel it fell short in the end, and being a real horror buff, also fell short in the horror aspect.
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