Director: Mario Salieri
Cast: Julia Taylor as Julya Taylor, Dora Venter as Melinda Gale, Rita Faltoyano as Rita Faltojano, Veronica Sinclair as Silvia Cristian, Katsuni as Katsumi, Bambola, Ana Nova as Tara Young, Jessica Gayle, Coreena as Corina Cley, Nikki Black as Barbie, Gabi Black as Gaby Wilord, Remigio Zampa, Philippe Dean, Sebastian Barrio, Ramon Nomar as Ramon, Steve Holmes, Horst Baron as Horst Bosch, Francesco Malcom, Silvio Evangelista, Rodolphe Antrim as Rodolph Dessen, Ian Scott, Philippe Durock as Philippe Duroc, Lorenzo Micoli, Manolo as Manuel Ferrara, Alban Ceray, Titus Steel as Titus, Guido Marini, Alina Torre, Benedetta Ausilio, Marina Marchese, Martina de Franceschi, Marzia Esposito
With FAUST Mario Salieri not only plunders Goethe’s classic tale of soul bargaining, he also shamelessly incorporates September 11, World War II and characters from the Bible into his lurid tale of century-spanning fornication. It all starts off with a man named Judas Iscariot who inks a fatal deal with the Devil. The plot then moves through five different epochs [from 33 AD to the year 2019] When the good ole U.S.A. nukes the entire Arab Territory from the face of the earth. How topical can you get.
In this high budget production, in exchange for etarnal life, a man sells his soul to the devil. We follow his afflictions through several different historical eras.The original screenplay is written by psyciologist Daniele Bortoletti inspired by the masterpiece by Goethe. The production is brought to life by an army of talented pornstars and by verbal support of theater actors. In order to create the luxury settings of various historical eras the producer spared no expense, even using an identical train to the legendary Orient Express throughout the shoot. In order to enjoy the movie it is best to forget about the fast foreward function.