We open in hotel room: DOMINO, a woman in her mid 20s, is getting ready. Make-up. Hair. Elaborate DOMINATRIX costume. Her client arrives - tall, dark - and yes, handsome. This is MR MERCURY.
Soon, he’s out of his smart suit and being humiliated and degraded by Domino. Once the session is done, he leaves - and leaves behind some extra money for her. We now see that Domino has secretly filmed the entire session.
Domino is met in the hotel lobby by her boyfriend HUGO - crypto-currency trader and all-round arsehole. They return to their home, and we see the couple’s dynamic. Hugo is a gaslighting control freak - controlling every aspect of Domino’s world from her work to their sex life. But Domino hides away her extra cash from the day’s session - we can see she is secretly planning on leaving him.
Domino and Mercury meet up for another session of pain and humiliation, this time at his luxurious Penthouse apartment. Once again, he barely says a word, and remains an enigmatic mystery. But there’s clearly something…a spark between them…
Domino’s next booking is for a couple - but they aren’t clients, they are undercover police officers - after evidence on Mr Mercury. He’s a big-shot surgeon - with a side-line in being a highly-paid hitman - if you want someone important to disappear, he’s your man. The cops blackmail Domino into going undercover to try and gather evidence on his killer activities.
Mercury then requests a threesome, and the female police officer - under the pseudonym “Crystal” goes along as the third person, to get close to Mercury. But during the threesome, Crystal nearly blows her cover - Domino has to put herself on the line to save her.
Hugo’s control-freakery is getting worse - and Domino realises the only way out is to ask Mercury to “take care of him”. But Hugo knows something is up, and so he takes Domino away on a surprise remote beach-house getaway and confronts her. She tries to kill him herself, but fails. Mercury arrives just in time, saves her, and the couple flee to his apartment.
Mercury agrees to find and kill Hugo, but her ex is one step ahead. With Mercury out of the apartment, Hugo breaks in and Domino must use all the skills Mercury has taught her to stay alive…
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