Released: Sep 01st, 1994
Running Time: 75
Director: Stuart Canterbury
Company: Sin City Entertainment
Cast: Bunny Bleu, Buck Adams, Paula Price, Gerry Pike, Steve Drake, Asia Carrera, Christine West, his Mile, Tony Tedeschi
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Asia Carrera has a twin in a video that, essentially, has no plot.
Carrera, thanks to spectacularly convincing visual images, plays twins who are at war with one another because Asia #2 has fucked up things royally with Asia #l's boyfriend. Or at least that's what Asia #1 thinks. For high drama and resolution, that's pretty much where it stands as Asia #1 simply poses as her twin sister and discovers herself smack dab in the middle of some sexual goings-on that her sister would normally be witness to.
To keep this show from totally falling into the loop waste bin, Buck Adams appears as a club owner (where Asia #2 is supposed to be working) who, with low octave, slow-talking mellifluousness, makes the script's banalities appear to be gems of fortune cookie wisdom. Which leads us to the sex, which is pretty evocative for this feature to be rated so highly. Carrera contributes an excellent turn with Tony Tedeschi in the opener, and Adams contributes major sparks with his doggie plowing of Isis Nile.
Bunny Bleu is sexually spasmodic in her public tryst with Gerry Pike at Adams' dance club. A good pairing, even though this scene is as gratuitous as glasses on a blind man. Carrera and Paula Price lock up in an ass-worshipping, lesbian leg-lock to wind up the vid with nary a hint of conclusion. (Perhaps this is a two-parter.)
That comment aside, with Gemini, however, Carrera proves that she's more than just a beautiful Oriental fortune cookie. She's quite good here and delivers her juiciest role to date.