A Daughter of Darkness 2 has just been released, and I thought it would be a good idea to review it here. The concept behind this movie is not as crazy as you may think. It is a sequel to the first one, about a girl who was the Chosen One, and a very bad guy, are having an adventure together.
In the first movie, Kyoko had the power to manipulate the destiny of others. In this sequel, she is still the Chosen One, but this time, her power is transformed into a perverted and sexual power, and she gets involved in a dangerous game to have sex with her boyfriend.
The first Daughter of Darkness movie has some great plots. We get to learn a lot about the world Kyoko lives in, as well as about the characters in the film. We also get to see some of the wonderful locations used in the movies.
This movie doesn't have a good storyline, because the female lead character in this one is basically the same as the one from the previous movie. She is still the Chosen One, and has the ability to change the fate of other people. And yes, Kyoko still needs to take part in a dangerous game, but this time, she won't be able to take part in any fun.
Also, we see that Kyoko has really lost her way and lost her connection to the real world, because now she is in a fantasy world, where she is really admired by men. And she loves it! In the first movie, she was truly an abused girl, and yet, she wanted to have a perverted relationship with the player.
Anyway, the girl is living in a mansion in the "Fantasy World", which is a Jules Verne inspired fantasy, which she says she has created for herself. The mansion is full of magic, and games, and that's about all we get to see of this fantasy world.
Anyway, Julie is being attacked by three thugs, who kidnap her. They want her to take part in a game, and they believe, that the only way to win the game is to have sex with Julie.
So Julie goes to the winner's side, because no one else has sex with her. This is a classic example of someone's power being turned into a perverted act. What happens next is truly unfortunate.
| Duration: 98 min | Year: 1994