#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The story follows a young woman who, in an emotional and financial crisis, succumbs to the charm of an aristocratic benefactor. Their relationship develops from her desire to be loved and cared for and his desire to overcome the loss of his beloved setter, a loyal and devoted pet. She agrees for a considerable sum of money to become his human pet, to sleep in a cage, never wear clothes, and to be led on a leash for a period of six-months. His desire to showcase his beautiful new pet and to have her market value appraised prompts him to place her on the GSM [Global Slave Market]. His arrogance and wealth together are no match for the power and ruthlessness of 21st century slave traders. This exploration of power, trust and captivity were inspired by the prevalence of more-or-less consensual slave/master related lifestyles as well as the existence of global systemic servitude that allows for cheap labor, sex slaves, organ sales etc. There are 11 companies in the US and the UK that makes human pet cages, human auctions where the purchaser can completes the transaction through “Pay Pal”, can be found throughout the Internet and slave marking listings such as branding, piercing, tagging and what insiders refer to as TPE [Total Power Exchange] for consensual slaves number in the thousands on the Internet. The GSM is modeled upon and functions much the same way as the NYSE or NASDAQ but without the pretense of regulation and with humans as commodities.
Plot: A young woman in dire financial straights accepts an offer to be a wealthy aristocrat’s human “pet” for six months. Then ruthless modern “pet-nappers” kidnap the woman to sell her on the GSM (Global Slave Market).
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(Leaving aside the awful, wooden acting, the incoherent plot and the plodding script.)
The production company attempted to hype this on BDSM web boards and forums as being a “lifestyle movie”, whilst on their website claiming that it was an Important Film dealing with the modern day scandal of human trafficking. Trying to ride those two horses is evident by their mixing up of the trappings of consensual BDSM with modern people smuggling and human organ trading. As such, they smear BDSM while providing a totally unconvincing picture of modern day slavery.
If the audience were to be persuaded of anything by this effort, it’s the distortion that consensual BDSM is about exploiting vulnerable people, and that human traffickers are cartoon villains who talk like refugees from a cheap porno movies.
A Review of “The Pet”
For anyone who comes here to read comments about this horrible celluloid abortion, please skip over the post titled “My Musings on The Pet”.
I actually made the mistake of reading this pretentious tripe, and there’s only one conclusion that can be drawn from this person’s post: he’s one of those imbeciles that spend all their free time role playing as a “Gorean”. None of that lifestyle “information” he spewed can be taken seriously by anyone who seriously practices said lifestyle. He needs to just shut up and go back to drinking from his sip-pee cup, and not interrupt the adults. Go back to Gor and never enter the daylight with the rest of the normal people!!
***Caution! The following contains spoilers, read at your own risk! (Scroll down if you wish to read the rest of the review, spoiler free)***
This movie is absolutely horrible. It does not show the lifestyle in a positive light, and pretty much makes a mockery of the human slave trade. The main male character is a poor excuse for a human being whose only reason for taking a slave is because his dog died. Really? Really? And you know, it’s pretty sad that the dog lived longer than the girl. The main female character is an idiot. She does all this stuff that doesn’t even begin to make sense. Sitting on the floor at a restaurant? Yeah, like that happens all the time by people in the lifestyle. And through this entire movie, these people were getting into situations that they could have easily called the police on.
And then there’s the scenes in which there’s some sort of slaver’s convention/party/bat cave, complete with the web servers that have the website for slave flesh speculation. In Utah of all places! This “master” doesn’t want to sell his pet, so he brings along her ownership tag. To a get together in which they’re what? SELLING SLAVES!! Then, he “accidentally” drops it, and somehow, the “pet” is too stupid to not go “um, hello? you just dropped this tag” And it only gets worse.
The best part, though, HAD to be the redneck who was doing the Slingblade impression. If he had busted out with something like, “He sure does like his pets branded, mm hum”, I would not have been the least bit surprised.
***END OF SPOILERS***
If you are into the lifestyle and looking for a good lifestyle movie, or one that presents it in a positive light, this movie is not for you. If you are looking for a good movie that touches on the tragedy of the slave trade, this movie is not for you. If you are someone who enjoys movies, this movie is not for you. If, however, you are someone who spends their free time pretending to be a master or Gorean, and have somehow gotten the idea that you have any reason to speak, then this movie is perfect for you.
About the only thing this movie would be good for is for those people who are in a coma. Play this movie, and they’re sure to come out of the coma, even if it’s just to beat you for making them suffer through this horrible excuse for wasting people’s time.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 34 min (94 min) (USA)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Drama, Thriller
Director D. Stevens
Writer D. Stevens (screenplay)
Actors Pierre Dulat, Andrea Edmondson, Summer Napoles, Steven Wollenberg
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