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Released: Jul 01st, 2002
Running Time: 139
Director: Veronica Hart
Company: VCA Pictures
Cast: Tyce Bun', Ashlyn Gere, Nick Manning, Herschel Savage, Steven St. Croix, Alex Foxe, Kylie Ireland, Dale DaBone, Sindee Coxx, Wanda Curtis, Kelsey, Ginger Lynn
Critical Rating: AAAA 1/2
Couples-friendly drama from some of the best in the adult industry.
Ashlyn Gere plays your typical beautiful, sexually-harassed cop, who comes home one evening to find a tape in the mail. She shoves it in the VCR, and it reveals a full-head-masked guy engaged in some pretty hot (and - what with the toe-licking, spanking, rimming and the lady's dominant attitude - a tiny bit kinky) sex (including anal) with Kylie Ireland... and thereby hangs this tale of murder, lust, corruption... and a Best Video pre-nom.
It's difficult to describe this production without giving away too much of the plot (which in itself is a tribute to the talents of director Veronica Hart), but suffice it to say, the tan lines will probably turn out to be a clue that just couldn't be avoided.
The plot really starts to move the following day, when Gere discovers that her old pal Ireland has been murdered. In fact, it bothers her so much that she can't sleep, especially since she has a sneaky idea who did it. But police captain Herschel Savage (and Gere's ex-lover) won't give her permission to investigate the case... even after she invites him over for dinner.
Gere's insomnia leads her to seek a smoke in the apartment building's parking lot, where she spies Alex Foxe and Steven St. Croix getting it on reverse cowgirl and doggie-style in the front seat of St. Croix's red convertible.
Complicating matters is Gere's blossoming attraction to fellow cop Nick Manning, whom she convinces to help her check out a lead to the murder; one involving a dance club where the victim used to work. The bartender isn't much help, though he does recall that the dead gal used to hang around with Gina, another dancer.
The club is a pretty wild place, especially since for a few bucks, patrons can take dancers into the back room for "special attention." Mark Davis has a spare hundred or two that Wanda Curtis and Gina are only too happy to relieve him of, in exchange for blowjobs from both gals, cowgirl and doggie, ending in facials and cummy kisses all around.
Cut to Gere taking a fairly sensuous shower, only to be surprised when Savage unexpectedly opens the shower door. She screams at him, but when he decides to leave she offers dinner... and her luscious bod. Imagine her disappointment when he makes a quick exit!
Fortunately, Manning shows up, and a slow kiss on the couch rapidly leads to a passionate embrace, furious foreplay, reverse cowgirl, horsie over the dining room table, mish on the couch and a pop to her face and chest. Call it a Best Couples Sex Scene pre-nom, too.
But Gere's sleep is still troubled, as she dreams about the time she set then-boyfriend Savage up for a fetish-tinged session with a leather bustier-clad Ireland, with Gere providing the instruction, including ordering Savage to perform cowgirl and mish on Ireland.
Savage and patrolman Tyce Buné are assigned to check out Gina at the club, so she brings along fellow dancer Curtis when the group heads for the back room. Curtis rides Savage reverse cowgirl, Buné mishes Gina, Savage gets into Curtis' ass, Gina rides Buné, and both guys cum on the gals' tits.
It'd be too revelatory to recount what happens next, but we can say there's one more sex scene that viewers won't want to miss - it includes mish, a standing cowgirl ride and doggie, and a surprise ending that should be more than satisfactory to all viewers.
Veronica Hart has really outdone herself this time, and deserves a pre-nom for Best Director. Ashlyn Gere, likewise, deserves a Best Actress pre-nom, with Nick Manning pulling down a pre-nom for Best Supporting Actor. Finally, Percy Rock also deserves recognition (and a pre-nom) for Best Screenplay.