Released: Jul 01st, 2000
Running Time: 83
Director: Michael Raven
Company: Sin City Entertainment
Cast: Bridgett Kerkove, Mr. Marcus, Randy Spears, Mike Horner, Mark Davis, Mark Cummings, April (I), Eric Price, Tina Cheri, Katja Kean, Sydnee Steele, Bunny Luv, Claudio (I)
Critical Rating: AAA
We looked through the extensive credits for a listing for Dialogue Coach, then realized the search was futile; this is a silent film.
Well, not entirely silent: there's music of various rhythms and styles behind most of the sex action, but like Mel Brooks' Silent Movie, this one doesn't work very well... and unlike Brooks' effort, there aren't even any text cards to let the viewer know what the hell's going on. The lip-readers in the crowd, however, will have no problems, as the characters appear to be mouthing some unheard thoughts; very frustrating to watch.
The plot seems to be about Katja Kean and Mike Horner, who may or may not be having marital difficulties, as Katja goes from pensive to happy for no discernable reason. Horner likes to watch Katja having sex, either solo or with a woman (Bunny Luv) or a man (Randy Spears, in an adult store arcade). Along the way, they also watch Bridgett Kerkove (in a fetching maid's outfit) doing horsie and mish with Mr. Marcus; a fourway with April, Tina Cheri, Eric Price and Mark Davis which entails lots of doggie action; and as a finale, Horner gets his shot at Sydnee Steele, while Katja averts her eyes.
Confusing, to say the least; but the ambiance is first rate, as is the sex. If viewers can get past the idea that director Raven apparently wants them to work at understanding the plot, chances are they'll give the couplings rave reviews.