Released: Apr 01st, 1991
Running Time: 79
Directors: Fred Lincoln, Patti Rhodes
Cast: Bridgitte Monroe, Tom Byron, Woody Long, Zara Whites, Marc Wallice, Sandra Scream, Miss Pomodoro
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
In order to remain working as a fashion model, Zara Whites has to marry a U.S. citizen. To avoid complications, she pairs up with her gay hairdresser, whom it turns out is not so gay, but rather madly in love with her.
OK, so something seems familiar about the premise of this feature, but at least it's not of the pizza delivery boy genre. Wallice does a serviceable, if cliched, rendition of a straight playing a homosexual. The nature of his dilemma is revealed too late to establish any kind of tension for his predicament, but the show does offer some fine sex scenes.
Sandra Scream auditions a new male model with unbridled gusto, and Zara is in top form with (the uncredited) Tony Montana, in the opening bathtub number.