Released: Sep 01st, 2002
Running Time: 98
Director: Nicholas Steele
Distribution Companies: Adam & Eve Pictures
Cast: Rose (I), Flick Shagwell, Lee Stone, Lola (I), Ian Daniels, Julian (I), Carmen Luvana, Julian (II), Piar, Dale DaBone, Ann Marie Rios, Alexa (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Obviously directed at couples, it's not up to Steele's other recent releases.
This somewhat confused and moody tale seems to involve Julian inheriting a weird, nearly all-glass house from his "aunt" (who later turns out to be his former wife), but when he and new spouse Alexa move in, they're confronted by multi-lingual writing that shows up sporadically on the glass walls.
Touching the words leads to quasi-psychedelic hallucinations (or are they?) of oddly-dressed people having sex... like that foursome in the opener, where a warrior and priest have their way (horsie, two cowgirl positions) with a couple of slavegirls. The masks, however, deep-six most of the possible heat.
Much better is the loud reverse cowgirl, doggie and mish action between "hunter" Ian Daniels and prey Rose, but things don't really take off until the fifth scene (out of six) with Alexa going at it on the couch with "aunt" Carmen Luvana, featuring pussy rubbing in doggie position, spanks and plenty of licking.