Title: The Devil in Miss Jones Miss Jones is tired of her life and commits suicide. She comes to a place where its decided if she will end up in Heaven or Hell. Because of her suicide she should go to Hell but she has the option to return to Earth and live life according to one of the mortal sins for some time. She picks lust and a few days of carnal pleasure follows. Written by Mattias Thuresson.
The Devil in Miss Jones
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The lustful and impassioned sexual journey of Justine Jones Savanna Samson , a virgin who committed suicide. The most eagerly awaited adult film of or so hype would have it. As a longtime genre fan of a quarter century and counting, I couldn't help but be curious about the outcome, especially faced with the prospect of reigning quim queen Jenna Jameson essaying the part of the Horned One Ms. Devlin, if you please! Most exciting though was the news that Spelvin herself would make a cameo comeback to tie this "cover version" in with the original, which was added as a bonus in a luxurious three disc DVD set. To my great surprise, I was not the slightest bit disappointed. This is partially made up for by a knockout dramatic scene that has Spelvin, as a maternally protective bathroom attendant, explains what has really happened to the shell-shocked Miss Jones in dialog lifted ad verbatim from the '72 film where she herself received it from John Clemens' Mr Abaca, giving it the feel of a mythical tale passed on from one generation to the next.
VCX claims a copyright; rival distributor Arrow Productions distributed unauthorized copies of the film for a time before , when as part of a mutual truce between the companies Arrow agreed to accept VCX's copyright claim in exchange for not challenging Arrow's copyright claim on Deep Throat. Justine Jones, a lonely and depressed spinster , decides that suicide is the only way out of her routinely dull existence. The angel Abaca John Clemens informs Jones that although she has lived a "pure" life, her suicide has disqualified her from entering Heaven , and she must spend eternity in Limbo. Angered that her sole indiscretion has left her with only the options of Limbo or Hell , Jones begs Abaca to let her "earn" her place in Hell by being allowed to return to Earth and become the embodiment of Lust.
I sometimes find myself the advocate of what might be called a generic theory of film criticism. That's to say I think movies should be judged, in part, in terms of the. A handful of movies rise above their genres: " Bonnie and Clyde " is no gangster film, for example, and " Stagecoach " is more than a Western.