Imagine 'Crossroads' with added nudity, sex, lesbianism and flagellation and, after you've finished feeling slightly queasy, you'll have 'With These Hands', a 1972 smut opera also known as 'Clinic Exclusive' or, getting straight to the point, 'Sex Clinic'.
Sexy Julie runs a health spa, but it's actually a front for perversion and blackmail. Only Julie knows this, so she's kept extraordinarily busy running from room to room performing for kinky cabinet ministers, flabby arsed captains of industry and Edith from 'Allo, Allo' (yes, she has a topless scene). The pattern is fairly straightforward: Julie flashes some flesh, rubs a few body parts and then asks for money to keep the business going. It's never explained why she does this, as she already seems to make a decent living, but she's a very mixed up and angry person with extraordinary hair.
|Her hair is like that all the time, not just when she's surprised.|
|Would you pay money for this?|
|It's impossible to capture in a still just how much wobble there is going on here.|
|A good time was had by all.|
|Julie whips through another appointment.|
|Car wash fail.|