Released: Jan 01st, 2000
Running Time: 88
Director: Michael Zen
Company: Cal Vista Film
Distribution Companies: Metro Media
Cast: Jill Kelly, Lola (I), Ian Daniels, Chloe (I), Wendi Knight, Hunk Hollywood, Tyce Bune, Michael Zen, Jeannie Pepper, Lauryl Canyon, Jessica Jewel, Pat Myne
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Definitely one to stock heavy. Couples-oriented with a bent toward the ovaries.
Wendi Knight is a prop girl on hard-ass director Ron Jeremy's commercial shoot for the new female aphrodisiac "Niagra." She gets chewed out royally in front of the cast for delivering the wrong prop and is sent on a quest to find the right one.
As she stews in the aftermath of the misogynistic dressing-down she gets a phone call from her alter ego (a golden, English-accented voice that sounds like Naomi Campbell's). Her better self tells her that she needs to go through a journey in order to find her assertive self, and, basically, to learn how to stop taking shit from men. She's ordered to go to "the agency," and to strip before getting on the elevator.
Each floor Knight reaches presents a new naughty escapade, all of which have the women wielding the power. Knight leaves the elevator each time wearing a different, scene-appropriate costume.
The first has Canyon and the fiercely hot Lola devouring Bune (complete with apple in mouth) after he's brought out on a silver platter. Second floor gets Knight dressed as a geisha. She partakes in a slurpy tea ceremony with Kelly and Jewel. Kelly complains that two men ruined her by fucking highly unsatisfied state. The culprits are shown in the next scene behind bars for this dastardly deed, being sucked and punished by Chloe. The fourth floor stop at Dr. White's office is probably the nastiest of the bunch, with Pepper as the doctor to patient Hollywood. He gets four of her fingers up his ass before getting the business en of her strap-on in the same locale.
Two other scenes round out the film, including the return of a stronger, take-no-prisoners kind of prop girl to the commercial set.
Production values are fantastic; pre-nom for Best All-Sex Film.