Released: Oct 01st, 1997
Running Time: 71
Director: Michael Zen
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Jon Dough, Heather Hunter, Raven McCall, Byron Long, Julie Rage, Devlin Weed
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
The setting is a TV show where three couples are asked questions about each other. (Oddly enough, there was a '70s Goodson-Todman game show called "Tattletales," where husbands and wives answered questions about their partners. A coincidence, no doubt.)
In a nom-worthy effort, screenwriter Raven Touchstone sets up dramatic situations a-plenty with secrets and "How could you's" flying around the room. Top-billed Heather Hunter starts and ends the film, with a passionate scene with Stephen St. Croix and a playful one with husband Byron Long (pre-nom cinematographer Ralph Parfait for shooting the latter tryst).
Julie Rage and Raven McCall's g/g is supplemented by audience participation by emcee Jon Dough, and Rage and Devlin Weed perform the act-and-fuck-at-the-same-time trick in a tense coupling.
Good acting all around. Watching RAge (whose name never seemed more appropriate) seething at hubby Weed in a tight close-up is like looking down the barrel of a howitzer. Chalk up a pre-nom for Best Supporting Actress here.
Stock in the couples section.