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Assumed Innocence

Released: Jan 01st, 1991
Running Time: 79
Director: Stuart Canterbury
Company: Arrow Film And Video
Cast: Tom Byron, T.T. Boy, Bobby London, Stephanie Rage, Lauren Brice, Cameo (I), Cal Jammer, Sharon Kane, Brook London
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

As sophisticated city slickers, we know that all backwoods towns are governed by redneck sheriffs who wield supreme authority over the constitutional rights of their citizens. T.T. Boy plays the lawman from whom no woman is safe, and Lauren Brice is the out-of-towner that winds up in the slammer...er, pokey.

The idea is decent, as is some of the sex. However, this feature leads nowhere as the plot never aspires to go further than similar scenes of voyeurism and incarceration on the part of the sheriff. Though Cal Jammer and Cameo have a dandy encounter at the local greasy spoon, the other sex scenes are very plain.


 

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