Released: Jun 01st, 2000
Running Time: 81
Director: Nic Cramer
Company: Plum Productions
Cast: Alec Metro, Nick East, Kristen, Mickey G., Anastasia Blue, Alexa Rae, Regan Starr, Bridgett Kerkove, Randy Spears
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Alexa Rae in three scenes oughta move the goods.
This is good: It's a shame it's not better.
The story involves con artist Alexa Rae and her accomplice Randy Spears, and their scheme to cash in on Rae's resemblance to the recently-deceased wife of computer zillionaire Alec Metro and set up residence on Easy Street.
Unfortunately, the plot has to be discerned by the savvy viewer, the exposition being minimalist in the extreme. The sex scenes are good, but most bear little relation to the plot, usually pairing featured players with people who turn up, fuck, and disappear never to be seen again (the better to sell it to cable, my dear) and the "surprise" ending telegraphs its punch several minutes before it's paid off.
The images are beautiful - not surprising with Jack Remy behind the camera (shared cinematography credit with John Root, whose work blends seamlessly with Remy's master craftsmanship); and Alexa Rae fulfills her box cover promise in three of the five sex scenes. Randy Spears, as usual, turns in a good performance in and out of bed as Rae's cohort.