Released: Sep 01st, 2003
Running Time: 117
Director: Jack Vincennes
Company: Sin City Entertainment
Cast: Dillon (I), Lee Stone, Jordan Haze, Julian (I), Steven St. Croix, Dee (I), Charmaine, Hunter Skott, Kaylani Lei, Julian (II), John West, Avena Lee, Cindy Crawford, Ben English, Flick Shagwell
Critical Rating: AAAA
Couples and fans of Asian women.
Nina (Charmaine) has anger management issues, as the busted-up barrooms and the court-ordered sessions with a psychiatrist (Steven St. Croix) can tell you. Cassie (Kaylani Lei), another St. Croix patient, has similar problems, but, as St. Croix observes in his notes, "the women are complete opposites." Of course they're opposites: Lei has a post-shrink-session fuck with Julian, and Charmaine takes her post-therapy pleasure with Dee. Later, at a bar, Lei kneels by the brass rail and blows Julian as barkeep Ben English gets lucky in the back room with a friend of hers. Surprised by Lei's new wanton attitude, Julian breaks up with her. Lei goes crying to St. Croix, who offers to take her out to dinner, and then violates psychiatric ethics with her on her couch and bed. St. Croix, remorseful after his horizontal session with Lei, decides that these two patients might make a good subject for a book. So he seduces Charmaine as well, in his office.
To see what happens, St. Croix invites them both to a masked orgy. What happens is Charmaine - masked - takes St. Croix to a bedroom and repeats the office performance. And then Lei comes in ("Hi, doc!") and gets a piece of the action as well. And, it turns out, they were twins separated at birth, and they all wind up together. The psychiatric board would be so pleased.
Interesting script by George Kaplan and good sex scenes, without the sordid overtones that could have turned up. Good performances by leads St. Croix, Lei and Charmaine. Moody film-look photography by director Vincennes makes it couples-friendly, and the seven sex scenes will please the strokers.