Released: Dec 01st, 1999
Running Time: 115
Director: Fred Lincoln
Company: VCA Platinum Plus
Cast: Vicca, Jewel Valmont, Nikita (I), Gina Ryder, Julian (I), Renee LaRue, Barrett Moore, Julian (II), Ian Daniels
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
For couples, certainly, with its engaging story; also show it to those unsure of what they want.
Now it can be revealed: Vicca and Nikita are actually sisters, and their dad (played by a younger Alex Sanders and an older Fred Lincoln) was a Russian spy who became a hippie and dropped out of the espionage biz.
Of course, Vicca doesn't know this at the outset. That's why she hires detective Julian (who's a real good friend of Gina Ryder, if you know what we mean) to find him. First, Julian comes up with some 20-year-old mail, including film of Sanders in an outdoor mini-orgy with Renee LaRue, Barrett Moore and Jewel Valmont; then he tracks dad to an old farmhouse where Vicca meets long-lost sister Nikita, who's just gotten done giving Brick Majors a horsie ride.
A victory, yes, but when Vicca returns home, she find boyfriend Ian Daniels being untrue to her with Amia Moré —so guess whose arms Vicca winds up in?
There's plenty of hot action here, plus quite decent acting performances by the entire main cast, thanks to sprightly dialogue by Patti Rhodes. Throw in a little anal mish and doggie courtesy of star Vicca, and it's a solid package.