Insatiable Needs Trailer

Insatiable Needs Trailer (2005)

01 January 2005 92 mins

The Manager of the rock band hires a nurse to provide on the eve of the summer tour of a healthy lifestyle rock star, who recently fainted during rehearsals. So begins the story, and it seems that nurse their expectations were not deceived...

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United States 01 January 2005

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