Year Released: 1987
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 92 minutes
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“Lust For Freedom” is a by-the-books women in prison movie that delivers all the standard goods that the genre is known for: crooked cops, sadistic wardens, cat fights and naked shower scenes. Being an official Troma production “Lust For Freedom” is steeped in amateurish acting, erratic pacing and, just to keep the action moving along, massive plot holes. Marry all this with a snuff film subplot and a soundtrack by British Heavy Metal act Grim Reaper and you have one nasty little film.
Extras include: Introduction by Lloyd Kaufman, “Kick In The Head” music video by Purple Pam, original theatrical trailer and more.
Posted on May 19, 2005 in Reviews by Christopher Curry
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