Preaching to the Perverted

Preaching to the Perverted

Henry Harding MP, a British government minister on a moral crusade, hires an inexperienced young computer whizzkid, Peter Emery who works for a Christian computer company called Holy Hardware, to infiltrate the United Kingdom BDSM scene.

A young infiltrator named Peter is dispatched by moral crusaders, led by Member of Parliament Henry Harding, to gather evidence for a private prosecution against fetish and S&M clubs. But instead Peter gets unwittingly drawn into it and falls for the Mistress Tanya Cheex. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Preaching to the Perverted torrent reviews

Melita M (ca) wrote: nice movie to watcj just before falling asleep

Sheridan P (au) wrote: Kooky. Just as I like it.

Todd S (kr) wrote: Generally speaking, I hate films that are shot on camcorder, but they do make things more realistic. This was a necessity for the film, Zero Day, which gives an in depth look at the psyche of two school shooters. The story isn't unexpected or anything you haven't seen before, but what makes this film unique is how the producers went about casting this film. The entire cast is made up of ordinary kids, with no previous acting experience, to that end, the entire immediate family of the shooters are also used in the film. Given that these kids weren't actors at the time, a lot of scenes also remain unscripted. The kids were told to just talk about things that make being a teenager tough, expressing dark, innermost feelings of rage and hatred of society. It was then that the writers wrote dialogue that corresponded with what these kids were saying. The result of this is one of the most realistic films I've ever seen. It was like actually being able to watch the video diaries of the Columbine shooters, expressing their feelings, and explaining their actions, prior to that tragic day. Both boys featured in the film are terrific and the way the Director just let the story flow, based on what these two kids had to say, was absolutely ingenious. I think this film was an amazing insight into the minds of troubled teenagers and I think it's a must see for anyone in the field of education.

Jonah P (us) wrote: The movie was ok just because it was rushed.

Kara H (fr) wrote: Directing is not great. I'm bored to tears within 5 minutes. I can't give it a bigger chance. Effort is gone with the wind on this one. Acting is so so. It just is not good.

Charles d (us) wrote: Filme en Colombie en 1973, All the Way Boys n'est pas dans les meilleurs films de nos deux bagareurs favoris. Bien que les prises de vue aeriennes des jungles de Colombie sont a couper le souffle, et la musique est a son meilleur, on regrette de voir que Bud Spencer et Terrence Hill s'acharnent plussouvent a se taper entre-eux sur la gueule au lieu de s'en prendre aux arnaqueurs qui controlent la production de pierres precieuses.

Eric H (kr) wrote: This movie has one of the best opening chapters I've ever seen, introducing, with clarity and precision, all of the main characters as children and the nexus that will play out later in the story. Although the story covers a lot of time and dramatic territory I never felt that the movie was rushed or pared down. Every scene is remarkably efficient in the way it conveys information and dives right into the dramatic and emotional crux of the moment (the letter-writing segment is particularly brilliant), and every scene segues naturally into the next. The final two scenes, in one of which Parris recites part of William Henley's poem "Invictus", lift the movie into a kind of delirium. By the end I experienced, not exhaustion, but exhilaration by having gotten to know these people so well and having shared in their joys and sorrows. This is rare. In the end, the characters are so well defined that I wouldn't change a single performance by a single actor. All this AND the rich and detailed cinematography of James Wong Howe and the glorious, evocative music of Erich Korngold (the moment I heard the first chords I recognized him as the composer for "The Adventures of Robin Hood"). It's Warner Bros. all the way - bold and brassy. This is the kind of movie that provokes people to say, "They don't make 'em like this anymore." Old or contemporary, "Kings Row" stands alone. It is a wonderful movie.