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Brenda Baxter (Tara Buckman) is an enormously successful broker and
businesswoman - partly due to the fact that she tends to sleep with her
business partner to get insider information and bankloans.
Edwards) is a penniless journalist whose latest assignement it is to
Against all odds, the two fall in love. Of course,
Alex doesn't approve of it that Brenda understands it as part of her job
to be a high class prostitute, and thus the two break up repeatedly, and
usually, Brenda goes to her old friend, mentor and lover Albert (Louie
Elias) for comfort, the only man who ever fully understood her.
of the blue, Alex proposes to Brenda, and she is so happy she even breaks
up with Albert. Then Alex, who now turns out to be not penniless at all
but the son of a rich businessman, takes her to see his dad ... who turns
out to be Albert. Albert has a heart attack upon seeing his son with his
mistress, but later he pays her a large lump of money to keep away from
his son, which she grudgingly accepts, because she has fallen on hard
times, businesswise. Thus she sees to it that Alex catches her with
another man. Then Albert dies, and Alex and Brenda get back together ...
until the reading of the will that is, in which Brenda, who inherits quite
a bit of money, is identified as Albert's mistress. Alex didn't know that
yet, and it drives him furious. Another breakup, this time for good?
gets a job at a different newspaper, Brenda falls up the career ladder,
and Alex's first assignement is to interview the new boss of this
brokerage company, who just happens to be Brenda ...
Genre veteran Laura
Gemser makes an uncredited appearance as streetwalker.
D'Amato's films as such varied considerably in quality, and this one is
definitely one of his lesser films, an erotic film held together by a soap
opera style romance with the underlying message that big business is
nothing other than prostitution (which might of course be right, but not
the way it is presented here). The problem of this film is though that the
plot as such seems to be going nowhere in particular, the cast is
third-rate, and the direction is as impersonal and as unerotic as can be.
And not even the women who jump out of their cloths in this one are all
Waste of time, nothing more.