Released: Jun 01st, 2003
Running Time: 90
Director: Fred Lincoln
Company: Adam & Eve Pictures
Cast: Michelle Michaels, Kaylynn, Billy Glide, Chris Cannon, Jezebelle Bond, Aria, April (I), Steven St. Croix, Lee Stone
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Good couples fare.
The box cover copy implies that this is yet another tired infidelity drama, but surprises are in store. Chris Cannon is a boy from the heartland, setting out for Hollywood to make it big as a writer. He has to leave his best girl, April, behind on the farm, but she makes sure to give him a going-away present first - a shag in the barn to remember her by.
Hollywood decadence is soon on parade as Lee Stone and Aria have a midnight tryst in the hills. Aria is outstanding as always, especially when Stone takes her ass over the hood of their limo.
Cannon manages to secure himself a position as an apartment manager for a building whose tenants include sultry Jezebelle Bond and Michelle Michaels. He can hear Bond as she masturbates in the shower, and it turns him on so hard he has to jerk off, too.
Michaels tries to seduce him after a maintenance call, but Cannon bashfully explains that he's spoken for. She's forced to satisfy her needs with her roommate, Kaylynn, in an affectionate girl/girl scene.
Finally, Bond tells Cannon that he ought to go home to his girl - he can write from anywhere, after all. Then she admits she's a wannabe, too. It turns out that she has also abandoned a beau from home (Billy Glide), and now that she realizes her mistake, she rushes home to win him back. Bond laughs with delight as Glide takes her on the picnic table. A sweet ending is in store for everyone.