aka Shakespeare's "Story of O", without the horny French people or the adult rating.
"THUS DO I EVER MAKE MY FOOL MY PURSE;" (IAGO ACT I)
Iago, is a man who is bored of teasing the local wenches and decides its time to stick it to the bossman, Othello, in the most spectacular way: not only destroy the poor bastard's hot-lovin' home, in the form of the most shapely and desirous Desi-mona, but send him way over the cliff's edge with the large-footed loony bird and his all-male BFF, Cassio. All this, while being funded by Roderigo, who hot for sloppy seconds with Desdemona.
"O BLOODY PERIOD!" (LODOVICO, ACT V)
As for the body-count, Shakespeare manages to kill-off almost every character he bothers naming, and Iago lives to tell the tale (huzzah!). Not all deaths are suicides, we have a share of some homicide as well. All-in-all, Steven Segal would be proud of the ass-beatings.
"MAKE LOVE'S QUICK PANTS IN DESDEMONA'S ARMS" (CASSIO, ACT II)
Everything centers around Desdemona's Quick Pants. Sure she plays innocent, then she goes and loses something to Cassio that get's hubby Othello all up on his ass... disappointingly, it turns out to be her hankerchief (oh no! clutch the pearls!). Iago has such a wonderful time manipulating things to make ole Desi-mona into the villiage bicycle that everyone has ridden hard and destroying the sanity and lives of the men around her.
Am I wrong in loving this?