Released: Aug 01st, 1998
Running Time: 85
Company: Xcel Films
Cast: David (I), Maria Bagoly, Frank Gun, Dina Pearl, Monika Kiss, Bea Simon, Anita Blond, Kristina Juhasz, Tibor Wessely
Critical Rating: AA
Pretty Euro-gash is the only selling point.
Dubbed from the original language of Moronica comes a tale from the Ed Wood recipe for filmmaking: Mix one horny ambulance driver (Gun) with a hypochondriac businesswoman (Blond), who for all intents and purposes never even meet.
While Gun and his gorgeous assistant (Pearl) run around town "resuscitating" accident victims with their salacious roadside manner, Blond is either seducing a trio of nurses who've come to her aid or sealing business deals with a quick hump on the office couch.
Suffice it to say that most of this carnal monkey business is about as arousing as the plot is comprehensible. Blond and Pearl are certainly worth looking at, but they're kinda like Vargas Girls —comely, pose-able, and entirely unreal.
If a meteor were charging toward Earth and we had to pick a "best" scene prior to being called before jumpin' Jesus himself, we'd choose the threeway with Gun, Pearl and a semi-conscious bar patron. A decent d.p. is followed by a double hoser in Pearl's face. (Ah, the joys of alcoholism.)