Released: May 01st, 1991
Running Time: 75
Director: Anthony Spinelli
Company: Plum Productions
Cast: T.T. Boy, Casey Williams, Ashley Nicole, Alice Springs, Dominique Simone, Joey Silvera, Randy West
Critical Rating: AAA
Joey Silvera wanders aimlessly along the railroad tracks like his life is at an ebb. His wife Ashley Nicole has apparently left him, and he ponders all those things you ponder when someone you love walks out of your life. A Greek tragedy is in the making here, and Acts of Confession is a little playlet that is structured very similarly along those lines.
Alice Springs serves as the “chorus” and she is played against a column of Greek architecture as she goads, nags, seduces and instructs the confused husband who is then whisked on a series of sexual embarcaderos.
No woman leaves a man for simple and uncomplicated reasons, but Silvera seems convinced that it’s reduced to a matter of technique—“seduction,” he’s told as Randy West goes about his business with Casey Williams. “You eat a woman’s pussy and she stays with you for life,” West informs Silvera. Yeah, but how about if you fart in bed?
Joey watches other couples then participates. However, there’s nothing starling or groundbreaking here, and the outcome of this show might leave you feeling as though you were watching a pro wrestling championship match. A little too rigged and manipulative, you might say. However, Springs is really great and Silvera draws three choice ladies for sex scenes—Springs, Dominique Simone and Nicole. An interesting show to watch if you enjoy the Spinelli video style.