DIRECTOR– Michele Massimo Tarantini
REVIEW– I realize that not all female criminals look as scary as Eileen Wuornos… but c’mon, this Brazilian prison seems to be populated by the models from the latest issue of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue!
Now I’ve seen the TV show COPS and (except for the many recent appearances by Lindsay Lohan) most criminals look like they’re a couple of heartbeats away from being medical cadavers… in fact, if the only thing wrong with you is stringy hair and bad teeth, you’ll probably make the COPS Best Dressed List!
But I guess, in South America, it really is a crime to “look that good”!
Angela, the newest young prisoner/super-model to be incarcerated in this Brazilian jail/modeling-agency, took the rap for killing a drug-dealer and she’s put through some truly horrendous stuff when she arrives: a shower… she gets her hair done… and has some brandy with the warden!
But just like typical supermodel behavior, the prison is filled with jealous cat-fights, eccentric fashion, prancing divas, and a beheading or two!
And let me tell you, that’s enough to make a girl lose her mind… right before her friends prove to the courts it was all just a big mistake. Angela is left wandering the streets and back alleyways of Rio de Janeiro… crazy as a loon.
How’s that for a happy ending!