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Released: Dec 01st, 1998
Running Time: 80
Director: Lasse Braun
Company: Sin City Entertainment
Cast: Alec Metro, Mike Horner, Randee Lee, Cahndra Lemont, Anita Cannibal, Christina Angel, Steve Drake, Liza Harper, Heaven Leigh, Teri Starr, James Bonn, Herschel Savage
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Push to older couples, and any reasonable person needing a glimpse of Heaven Leigh\'s pale pastry.

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

As the title suggests, intrigue is everywhere, especially in the hands of Anita Cannibal who runs a call girl service that's more interested in stealing computer software than getting guys off. Her best girl, Liza Harper, is an expert at facilitating sex and returning with the goods. With her rad French accent and ability to slip into dominatrix gear and push around scrumptious characters like Heaven Leigh, Harper is a valuable soldier.

A lack of physical chemistry might fit the plot (the girls just want to rip off the dorky old guys) but the heat factor suffers--a bundle of standard-issue couplings, plus three anals. In any event there are several fetching bodies that make this video worthwhile. The acting is good, particularly from the male members of the cast.


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