Taped in Paris with a German cast and an American star (Tracy Adams), Pussy Job does an ecumenical job of combining United Nations elements but a con job when it comes to selling them in the new wave, Euro-hot sex format.
Fact is, this feature is quite ordinary and tame by the lubriciously poly-unsaturated standards set by Private in its own series. Even on the technical side, comparing the two styles is apples to oranges. (Here, the video quality registers flat, earthen tones— almost an Addams Family old world sullenness.)
Speaking of apples and Adams', Tracy is still in fine form but it seems rather a shame that a classically lovely woman is relegated to sexual role-playing in what might be considered specialty tape categories nowadays. Here, Adams plays the owner of a "marvelous villa" who's willing to sell her manse provided she can find buyers who are sexually frisky. Or, your basic Century 21 sales clause.
Between prospective buyers, the real estate agent, his secretary and Tracy's house-keep, the bedrooms, bathrooms and offices remain occupied with bodies throughout the bid's running time. Tracy is in a couple of scenes, and lest you're afraid that you won't be able to follow the storyline, a translator provides narration —sometimes with hysterical results.
Fort its newness to the American market, this is a foreign series that will generate initial interest, but if Private keeps on kicking ass the way it has, it will be a momentary burst of celebrity.