Synopsis by Robert Firsching
Surrender Cinema is Full Moon Entertainment's outlet for unrated sexploitation films, which somehow makes it different from the same company's old Torchlight label, although it's not quite obvious how. This naughty little number -- part of a veritable market flood by Surrender -- is a skin-saturated variation on the Sleeping Beauty legend, dealing with three young women who are imprisoned by a gypsy in a castle belonging to Lord Isherwood (Robert Donovan). He became engaged to all three, but the gypsy wants him and his wealth for herself, so she casts a sleep spell on the women after they all have sex with Isherwood at once and kill him with "kindness." A hundred years go by, and the action shifts to the present, where a young couple, Chip and Judy (Jon-Damon Charles, Michelle Hall), visit the castle with Judy's brother, Eddie, and friend, Francine. Judy and Eddie are Isherwoods, and both dreamed of the castle before inheriting it. When they arrive, both are tormented by visions and have a great deal of sex, before Eddie wakes the beauties and the gang somehow finds time to reclaim the castle for the Isherwood siblings. Director Sam Silver appeared as an actor in 1995's Bikini Drive-In, which also featured this film's frequently naked gypsy, Nikki Fritz.
castle, gypsy, sleep, wealth, women