This is a most interesting and original movie with much of it in the genius class. It also has some faults but for Bree Mills and Stills by Alan to aim so high with a movie they should not be criticised for that.
Project Pandora is about a married woman in her mid-thirties who cannot forget an affair with another girl when she was much younger. For Cherie Deville thoughts of her denied love has reached the stage of obsession as she remembers the passionate encounters she had. Playing Cherie when she was just out of her teens is Mia Malkova while her second cousin girlfriend lover is played by Abella Danger.
The obsession gets so strong that Cherie seeks her love out now played by Mercedes Carrera and has a passionate reunion before again realising that this is an affair that cannot be. Returning home she drinks a potion before sinking into a deuterium where she dreams she has a three way with Mia and Abella.
Adding to Cherie’s problems are blackmail notes with photos of her and her lover. In the midst of this husbands sister Jenna Sativa turns up for a visit and she becomes curious as to why Cherie is acting so strangely. Again Cherie is tortured by a relationship with a relative as she and Jenna have sex.
By this time this movie has become all engrossing for you want to know what is going to happen to Cherie as she is nearing a mental breakdown. The ending I will not describe as to do so would ruin it for people. All I will say is that Cherie tries to do deal with the blackmailer dressed in a mask and a cape but recognised as Mercedes Carrera her spurned girlfriend. All seemed well till the last ten minutes when the film takes a totally unexpected turn with Cherie kidnapped by some strange group of people.
I was confused by the ending as even while the credits are appearing action is happening so do not switch off until the screen goes blank otherwise you miss the twists including a quick appearance by Vanessa Veracruz and Vanda Lust.
Cherie Deville in this is superb and totally changed my view of her as a performer. Her performance as a woman wracked by guilt at betraying the person she loves is just awesome. There is definitely no “Mommy” here.
The sex scenes in this are truly passionate as Cherie battles the guilt yet knows she must have Abella/Mercedes guilt or not. The Direction and production is spot on and the rest of the cast is superb as well. So this is a must see movie. I just have to figure out the ending.