Released: Dec 01st, 1994
Running Time: 76
Directors: John Woodman, Ian Marc Wright
Company: Factory Home Video
Cast: Champagne, Mike Homer, Debi Diamond, Ian Daniels, Kristina West, Tricia Yen
Critical Rating: AAA
Growing up isn't what it used to be, so Mike Horner sends his awkward computer nerd son (played to the hilt by Ian Daniels) out into the world with money and an address of a woman who will help in his sex education. In the meantime, Mike gets lucky with a very alluring and capable Carmel St. Clair. Carmel must have been especially good, 'cause it resulted in an unbelievable progression of expressions on Mike's face during the "money shot."
Speaking of money, Tricia Yen is the recipient of Ian's "C"-note. She takes the slow, sensual, safe sex approach to breaking lan's cherry and in the process administers a fine b.j.. Afterwards, Tricia gets herself off in the shower.
Girls will like girls, so the ending is a lingerie modeling session that gets carried away as Carmel, Tricia, Champagne, Kristina West and Debi Diamond really get nasty with toys, toes, and fingers used as a means to their pleasure. Rick O'Shea, being the stud that he is, comes by and takes on all five of these agitated women at once.
Dollars And Yen has what I like to refer to as "hot humor." Hey — you might as well have fun with your role in a sex flick and enjoy the fantasy role playing! This was a good one for this concept.