Released: Jul 01st, 1994
Running Time: 78
Director: W Bosley DeLongprez
Company: Pepper Production
Cast: Nikki Sinn, Jake Williams, Terry Thomas, Chelly Supreme, Natasia, Cal Jammer, Jonathan Morgan, Crystal Wilder
Critical Rating: AAA
Sometimes DeLongprez videos are so far beyond the pale from a layman's view of reality that it might take a few tabs of pure Owlsey acid to put things straight. Dig this: A terrorist brother tag-team (Stephen St. Croix and Jake Williams), is planting nuclear devices (disguised as dried salamis!!!) in convenience stores across Beverly Hills. Jailed by cops Cal Jammer and Carmel St. Clair, Steve opts to sell his bro' down the river for a dip in Carmel's haunches, but Cal is the one who plays top dog in their threeway.
Meanwhile, Jake and his girlfriend Nikki Sinn overtake a deli run by Jonathan Morgan, forcing him to join in a spontaneous threeway. (Terrorism by way of hedonism; I suppose.) At this juncture you've got to start reading between the lines because the supporting cast starts disappearing faster than cocktail franks at a Bar Mitzvah. St. Croix's gone from the jail, but FBI'er Nastasia drops by for a little d.p. action from Jammer and escapee Morgan. Carmel disguises herself as Crystal Wilder (yes, you read correctly) in order to penetrate the deadly deli and gets her own penetration in the backdoor service entry by St. Croix (sure gets around, don't he?) and his henchman Terry Thomas.
Whither Williams and Sinn? Well, the former's managed to blow himself up (offscreen) while one must assume that Nikki's off to plastic surgery, since her face in Objective D.P. (shot in '93) and her current kisser bear only a superficial resemblance. Actually, the surreal "now you see 'em now you don't" atmosphere only adds more viewing pleasure to an obviously troubled shoot; reinforcing the screwball-comedy nature of the material. Sexually, the d.p.'s work out just dandy though all but the Wilder entry lack the initial penetration shot. Sinn and Wilder are particularly adept at double entry, injecting real desire to the mix.
A brisk, funny hot entry for your d.p. section, keeping in mind that Pepper Productions has a specialized selection of these titles.