Locked Up

  • 2005
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Erotic

Clearly aimed at a gay audience, this tedious prison picture is pretty poor stuff, even by the low standards of direct-to-video erotica. Arrested for credit card fraud, Dennis Tomann (Marcel Schlutt) is the new fish at a German maximum-security prison. The voyeuristic warden, Herr Direktor (Pedro Sobisch), enjoys watching the inmates pleasure themselves...read more

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Clearly aimed at a gay audience, this tedious prison picture is pretty poor stuff, even by the low standards of direct-to-video erotica.

Arrested for credit card fraud, Dennis Tomann (Marcel Schlutt) is the new fish at a German maximum-security prison. The voyeuristic warden, Herr Direktor (Pedro Sobisch), enjoys watching the inmates pleasure themselves and lets big von on the block Lutz (Ralf Steel) run his drug business with impunity. Unless David wants to become a punk slave like Kevin (David Parstein), he must peddle Lutz's dope. Though Dennis dabbled in gay hustling, he never fell for another man: All that changes when he spots body-builder Mike (Mike Sale), who's in the eighth year of a 15-year stretch. Assignations are risky, since head guard Muller (Michael Busch) is also Lutz's eyes and ears. Complicating matters further, Mike’s former lover, prison guard Schmidt (Andreas Bernhardt), still lusts for him. Dennis continues to work as a courier for Lutz but defies the cell-block pecking order by consorting with a prisoner from another unit; Lutz and his pals gang rape Dennis as punishment. Kecin, who carries an unrequited torch for Dennis, snitches on Lutz and commits suicide by drug overdose. Kevin’s sacrifice paves the way for Dennis and Mike to set up housekeeping in a shared cell. Unfortunately, Dennis gains early release — will he forget his incarcerated boyfriend or find a way to reunite with him?

Overall, this cast of supposedly hardened felons is about as menacing as a bunch of college jocks snapping towels in a locker room, but the charismatic Schlutt might have a future beyond soft core smut.

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  • Released: 2005
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: Clearly aimed at a gay audience, this tedious prison picture is pretty poor stuff, even by the low standards of direct-to-video erotica. Arrested for credit card fraud, Dennis Tomann (Marcel Schlutt) is the new fish at a German maximum-security prison.… (more)

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