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Despite the film's original title, this is the third film in the Sarah
Asproon-series, and the first not starring Jessica Moore [Jessica
Moore bio - click here] in the lead.
Sarah Asproon (Kristine Rose), famed sex journalist, is called
back to New Orleans to execute the will of Lionel Durrington (James
Jeckson), a former lover of hers.It's her duty to determine who's the most
worthy of Durrington's money-grabbing family to receive his vast fortune.
Sarah is quick to sleep with three (Frederick Lewis, Maurice Dupré, Alex
Dexter) of the four Durrington men, and she tries to seduce the fourth
one, Sonny (Fred Woodruff) as well by taking him to a stripclub and
publicly stripping for him - only to find out the rumours about his
impotency are true.
Now Sarah has something to go on, and she soon
learns from Sonny's alcoholic stepmother (Ruth Collins) that Sonny has
been impotent since his own father Alfred (Maurice Dupré) has raped his
girlfriend (Michelle McGuire) before his very eyes. At the same time,
Alfred conspires with his brothers (Frederick Lewis, Alex Dexter) and
Sonny's wife (Kristin Cuadraro) to have Sonny committed to some asylum for
his impotency - but somehow, Sarah learns of this plot, disguises as the
old girlfriend of Sonny and successfully seduces him, revealing her real
identity only at the very end. This instantly heals Sonny, and before you
know it, he has fucked his wife for the first time ever ...
decision time, Sarah has to reveal who is worthy of old Lionel's money -
and she has decided to give it all to charity ... unless of course all
family members sign a release that will allow her to write a book
revealing all of the family's dirty secrets. They all sign ...
visits Lionel's grave one last time - to find Lionel, very much alive.
Turns out he has faked his death and assumed another identity to get rid
of his moneygrabbing relatives, and employed Sarah as his will's executor
to play them one last cruel joke.
Laura Gemser can be seen as Sarah's
publisher, a role she also played in the previous Sarah
The weakest film in the Sarah
Asproon-series, this one comes across more as a soap opera with a
bit of sex thrown in rather than anything else. Problem is that Sarah
Asproon herself has become little more than a catalyst of the unfolding
events rather than being the slightly depraved but utterly gorgeous center
of attention. And while Kristine Rose sure enough looks good and has a
nice body, she simply lacks the charisma Jessica Moore has brought to the
In short, not really worth your time and money.