In ancient Pompeii, slaves are bought and sold for household chores and sex. A mysterious queen moves among the elite, meantime secretly helping the slaves to escape. Eventually her life is also in jeopardy, and as the volcano erupts she and the slaves attempt to escape while being chased by the military…
Director: Chuck Vincent.
Stars: Sybil Danning, Donald Pleasence, Rick Hill, Josephine Jacqueline Jones, Tally Chanel, Samantha Fox, Suzanna Smith, David Brandon, Mario Cruciani, Marco Tullio Cau.
Awesome (as the kids say)!
I enjoyed the nudity, although it wasn’t as revealing as I would have liked. Quite the epic movie though.
I was going to edit my earlier comment but there wasn’t a way to do so, so I will write another one. I definitely got my hopes up when we came to the slave sale. It was the only scene in the movie that had a glimpse of full-frontal male nudity, which I really like, and also some nice female nudity. Alas, that was the most revealing scene. As far as the story, we are left in mystery as to the ‘Warrior Queen’s’ history. There were definitely some gruesome scenes of what was considered entertainment at the stadium. I don’t really have a liking for violence, but I am sometimes drawn to these movies about those times.