Formula 1 boss Max Mosley releases his new DVD today amid a storm of controversy, with protestors claiming that several women starring in the movie weren't real prostitutes, but actresses.
The film, which centres around a Formula 1 boss and his penchant for Nazi-style orgies, is Mosley's first as a producer, and features magnificent performances by 5 goose-stepping 'prostitutes' clad only in lederhosen.
A selection of lurid scenes from the film were leaked to the News of the World newspaper, and found their way onto that publication's website, where millions of voyeurs watched in horror as Mosley, in a role reminiscent of Josef Goebbels, spoke sternly to the strumpets as they stroked his genitals.
Speaking on Film 2008, the noted BBC film critic Jonathan Woss called the film:
"a sumptuous, stunning and cinematogwaphic miwacle".
But one woman who saw the footage, Marjery Moaner, said:
"I know one of those 'strumpets'. She was in that advert for Fairy Liquid not long back. It's a cheap Formula 1 publicity stunt."
The film has been awarded an 18 Certificate, and nominated for three BAFTAs.