Released: Feb 01st, 1989
Running Time: 120
Director: Dwight Antoine
Company: Black Forest Productions
Cast: Joseph Log, Nathaniel Kent, Gene Le Mar, Randy Cochran
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
This tale of a politician who is converted from advocacy of censorship to champion of free speech is a delightful fantasy that one wishes would become reality. Paul Hansen plays the lead with determination if not with inspiration and the supporting cast is consistently good- especially the always dependable Randy Cochran. Director Dwight Antoine has a real eye (and ear) for erotica as well as comedy and political satire.
The plot centers on a fairy (Feathers) who "curses" the politician by making him irresistible to all who see his hidden assets. While the poor man is jogging, he is pursued by a ravenous group of men and women who happen to spy his outhang. His other "conquests" include his own staff, a pair of clumsy burglars and two cops.
You really get your money's worth with this two-hour tape, which has exceptionally fine production values throughout. The only flaw I see is in the editing, which is at times right on and a times a little lax. Tighten this baby up and you have a four-star classic.