Shocking, sensual and dramatic, this 1968 theatrical sensation is one of Joe Sarno’s most compelling dramas - an erotic tale of lust and obsession, about an ambitious photographer, his love, and the sensual and manipulative woman who comes between them: Henning is a fashion photographer driven by visions of artistic glory. He is encouraged by a literary agent to produce a volume of erotic nudes and works to create the perfect layout with his favorite model, Leslie.
Shot back-to-back with Vibrations in 1968, All the Sins of Sodom has been hailed as “one of Sarno’s most captivating films.” (Video Watchdog)
Encouraged by his agent, struggling NYC photographer Henning begins a daring portfolio of his model, Leslie. But all too soon, jealousies erupt when another model vies for his camera and bed in this penetrating study of ambition, romance and lust set in the world of fashion photography. “Sexploitation auteur Sarno is at the top of his game” in this elegantly filmed time capsule of late ‘60s New York (DVD.com).