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Monday, September 20, 2010
Movie Review: BOSTON GIRLS
CAMILLE SOLARI ...is KILLER
Boston Girls, an edgy and provocative film about two femme fatales with a serious vendetta for cheating men. Armed with a list reminiscent of Kill Bill, these girls won’t rest until the last scumbag has been offed. Starring the sexy and multi-faceted, female powerhouse Camille Solari and the alluring Shay Astar, Boston Girls is one not to miss.
Haunted by vicious memories of their past, tainted with rape and violence, these two Boston snow bunnies tour the town on a mad killing spree with a taste for blood and justice. BostonGirls will leave you reeling with the twisted crime scenes these two leave behind, but their vengeful rampage doesn’t stop with cheating men because after all, it takes two to tango. Things get heated when the two catch their own boy toys red handed... a brutal scene of love gone wrong and that’s just the beginning. With Boston PD on their trail and a media frenzy of angry housewives, these two have every sewing circle in Boston buzzing with praise. With the ferocity of Natural Born Killers, Solari and Astar use their feminine wiles to exterminate their targets one by one, “Like a rabid dog that needs to be put down…” these boys get what’s coming to them!
A cleverly-written script, colorful characters and a cast that can’t be beat; Camille Solari’s fierce and compelling performance is authentic, intense and clearly worthy of note.