Released: Aug 01st, 1993
Running Time: 103
Director: Thomas Paine
Company: Cal Vista Film
Cast: Rod Fontana, Roxanne Blaze, Lilli Xene, Teri Diver, Madison (I), Debi Diamond, Marc Wallice, Melanie Moore
Critical Rating: AAAA
The false glitter of Hollywood forms the background for this sexual story of budding screenwriter Marc Wallice, who's settling into his new position at a major studio. (Hey! Was that the Seinfeld logo on stage six?) Marc's memorabilia-jammed bungalow seems to be haunted with a woman's screams – and you can imagine the havoc this wreaks with his concentration. Equally diverting is Melanie Moore, who projects earthly effervescence as his co-worker, psychic channeler, and soon-to-be lover.
As they begin to scratch the surface of the ghostly sounds, Melanie channels forth a tremendous orgasm – a blast from the past –- right there on Wallice's couch, which sort of puts them in the mood. And what better way to consummate a new friendship than with sizzling anal sex?
Meanwhile, back in the roaring twenties, we find the studio mogul and his right hand man (Stephen St. Croix and Cal Jammer, looking uncomfortable out of surfer shorts and a blank stare) putting the moves on aspiring actress Samantha York. Sam knows the language of cinema, and when Stephen calls for action, she delivers a wild d.p. But of all the young ingénues that sacrifice their virginity for a bit part (including Teri Diver and Roxanne Blaze), only Debi Diamond makes the final cut. To say her career is short-lived is giving away to omuch already.
To find out, you'll have to catch Part 2, which, judging from the director's cut that we've seen, will probably be significantly thinner, both plot and sex-wise, than its predecessor. Still, it's worth the effort to follow both parts. The performances are solid, particularly Moore's. She's has all the skills of a premiere adult star – part vixen, part little girl, part lustful tramp, and a decent actress who can actually deliver lines convincingly. Wallice backs her up with good chemistry, though he hardly reaches her level of performance.
When it comes to sex, we lean slightly to Part 1, mainly for an inspired coupling between Wallice and peppery Brittany O'Connell. It's not a scene that advances the plot, but is it ever volcanic! However the story, production values, and overall sexual encounters make If These Walls Could Talk a definite recommendation for both parts.