Jeffery Epstein’s evil permeates New York as cheaply as possible in The Scary of Sixty First. Three girls ruminate on the nature of moral bankruptcy, government conspiracies and furious masturbation as the curse of Epstein infests their lives.
I must say I wasn’t expecting Jeffery Epstein to show up in this movie. No one expects Epstein. But in hindsight he makes for a great super villain as his story still hasn’t been finished and much more of his evil will be uncovered. Or will it?
This conundrum is at the heart of The Scary of Sixty First. Too many people got off on violating young girls that nothing can stop them from protecting their identities. Ask Maxwell today and she still won’t talk about it. Epstein is powerful from beyond the grave.
Our three leads in the film try to fight the good fight but to no avail. His supernatural perversions are too pleasurable no matter how wrong. One girl masturbates constantly to Prince Andrew or on the front door of Epsteins condo. The other two talk a lot about reasons how and why Epstein got away with it. And then they have sex. Jeffery would be pleased from his perch in Hell to see his invasive influence in their lives.
I liked this movie. I loved all the female leads. Not liked, loved. As Epstein sordid tale continues to haunt the world, I have hopes for a sequel. The Scary of Saint Jeff’s island. Or perhaps the Masturbating Maxwell. That might be too scary.