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When (Laura Edison), a nude model from NYC, learns that back in her
hometown - typical smalltown USA - her aunt Cynthia (Tina Tyler) has an
affair with her ex-boyfriend Nelson (John Samuel Jordan), who seems to be
a superstud, she returns home to set a few things right ... and soon ends
in bed with Nelson herself.
But Nelson also has a sister, Judith (Kay Kirtland), who has sexual
cravings for him as well - and the two frequently shag -, and she doesn't
want to share her borther with anybody ... so one evening, she knocks on
Laura's door to threaten her - but wouldn't you know it, before long the
two have sex, the whole night long.
Eventually, Laura pays aunt Cynthia a visit and tells her how much she
has always felt attracted to her - and these two have sex as well. Then
Laura decides to return home to New York - and her photographer/girlfriend
Jean (Andrea Davis) - and leave things in her hometown as they are ... and
soon enough, Nelson shags Cynthia once more.
A subplot concerns Laura's sister, buttoned-up Winnifred (Chelsea
Mundae), and hercolleagure at work, Judith (A.J:Khan), who threatens to
write a book about Winnifred's family's sexual esploits. To keep her from
doing this, Winnifred decides to seduce Judith but have it all put on
video by her boyfriend (Justin Wingenfeld) ... but then she realizes she
likes lesbian sex a bit too much and confesses her dirty little plan to
Judith - but surprisingly enough, Judith now turns out to be no novelist
at all but merely a horny girl, and being filmed while at it actually
turned her on ... and the whole subplot ends in a threeway ...
After more than 20 years, legendary sexfilm director is back doing what
he does best - making erotic films. And Suburban Secrets is pure
Sarno: An over-convoluted soap opera-like plot, an endless succession of
sex scenes, usually filmed in long takes and to the sole soundtrack of the
characters breathing heavily, very convincing orgasms, characers shagging
around all over the place, and of course Sarno's dead-seriousness.
Unfortunately what has worked very well in the 1960's and 70's doesn't
work quite as well anymore. The freshness of Sarno's convoluted storylines
is gone, the seriousness seems out-of-place (and out-of-date), and the
whole thing is just too dam long (the director's cut clocks in at 2:25).
On the plus side though, all the sex-scenes are amazingly erotic, even
though not all the girls are super-hot - and making these scenes work as
they do nevretheless is a major achievement by the director in itself ...