Released: Oct 01st, 1992
Running Time: 70
Director: Henri Pachard
Company: Forbidden Films
Cast: Tom Byron, Joey Silvera, Alicia Rio, Tiffany Mynx, Meekah, Teri Diver, Derrick Lane, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Aside from her name being misspelled in the title, Tiffany Mynx has as much relevance to the said eponymous "affair" as George Bush to pussy, or to the Man From U.N.C.L.E. Not her fault, of course. It's all in the adult video marketing game. Leastways, Tiffany's fans should take minor consolation (very minor) that she performs in two sex scenes, one with Tom Byron, the other with Joey Silvera - well, an almost sex scene with Joey. More on those in a sec.
Teri Diver is the lead character, and she plays a writer doing a research project on male strippers. Derrick Lane is the struttin' peacock, and Derrick's in the "convince me I should do this" mode. So Teri tries to convince him - with some pretty pointless anecdotes that serve as framing devices for the sex scenes.
Tom Byron bangs Mynx on a staircase. A staircase is a chancy proposition for a sex scene as it is, because the point of attack is confined and limited, and if not photographed from all possible angles, the scene can be as dull as Sen. Phil Gramm's Republican National Convention speech. Move over, Phil, you got company. Tiffany doesn't fare a helluva lot better when she draws Joey as a partner. After a lot of initial bluster, Joey is left out in the cold when Alicia Rio, making like Carmen Miranda, joins the duo. Joey is relegated to bystander status as Rio licks Tiffany's asshole. He's left stroking his dick - a dick that never performs. The lack of performance and a wet shot is an embarrassing editing decision here.
Teri sucks off Derrick's dick to a Strauss waltz, but the scene that achieves truly classic status is the Jonathan Morgan/Meekah matchup. Morgan is dressed like the music man, there's a white motorcycle in the scene and thunderclaps in the background. Words can't do this segment true justice, suffice to say, it well defines the term esoteric. After watching it, you'll wonder what the hell it's all about.
An elegant boxcover featuring Tiffany and a decent-looking video is undermined by a sclerosis of sexual expression.