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That Erica (Jenna Jameson) is in a lesbian relationship with Birdie
(Stephanie Swift) who persuades her to having public sex every now and
again is about the most interesting thing one can say about her. Otherwise
she's a total wallflower, sexually repressed, dressing conservatively, and
there seems to be no fun in her life. Eventually, she starts a new job for
literary agent Adam (Justin Sterling) - and is shocked to find out about
his interests in S/M sex and the like, and she isn't too fond of the fact
that he tries to make her his submissive either - so much so that she
starts (intentionally) burning herself with cigarettes. When Adam finds
that out though, he gets a handle on her, and soon he starts telling her
to do certain things, like wearing a buttplug during working hours.
has decided to take on the S/M novel of a client of his, and to cewlebrate
that, he takes Erica to an S/M club, where she watches wild bondage sex
before becoming the centerpiece of an orgy herself.
Erica has soon
fallen for the S/M lifestyle Adam has introduced her to - which is when
Adam fires her. She shows up at his place in full S/M gear to try and win
him back, but initially he throws her out ... to then have (conventional)
sex with her.
From now on, Erica is the trusted assistant at Adam's
office, spankings included ...
Actually, this piece of
plot-driven hardcore porn is a bit of a disappointment: There are many
interesting stories to be told about S/M-relationships, but this
unfortunately isn't one of them. The problem is that there is virtually no
character development in this movie, its characters actions seem to happen
pretty much without any motivation. On top of that, it's central theme,
S/M relationships, is weirdly enough not treated accordingly but just as
some kind of style accessory. Consequently, the S/M scenes, including a
bondage-orgy scene, remain disappointingly flat, and lacks any and all
fascination these scenes are almost bound to have. This is all mirrored in
the film's directorial effort, which is slick and glossy, but at the same
time disappointingly impersonal, and in fact even a bit dull.
porn side, no film featuring Jenna Jameson, Taylor Rain or Cytherea is a
total loss I suppose (even if poor Cytherea gets very little to do and
even Taylor Rain only has a short scene), but that's about the best I can
say about this film.