Stilted dialogue, bad lighting, murky color and ragged editing are also in evidence, with C.H. Child’s unimaginative photography accenting the drab.
At times, though, Stelvio Cipriani’s music is a big help.
Director J.L. Larrath’s script, based on what is hopefully termed “an idea” by producer Sam Lomberg, has pill‑popping lesbian middle‑ager Pia Anderson inviting her latest crush, pretty fashion model Vivian Neves (who looks great throughout), to her isolated woodland house where she shares an unhealthy relationship with epicene, camera‑mad young “nephew” and part‑time necrophile transvestite Karl Lanchbury.