Released: Dec 01st, 1991
Running Time: 86
Director: Jack Remy
Cast: Peter North, Rocco Siffredi, Britt Morgan, Joey Silvera, P.J. Sparxx, Jon Dough, Ashlyn Gere
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
The music industry - what better setting for scandal, sleaze and sex? Enter Mikki Finn, a naive young composer trying to "break in." Quicker than you can say "scummy agent," Peter North steals her material and Finn sets out for sweet revenge. By the way, it's a comedy.
K.C. Williams is outstanding in the lead, though her sex scenes are kept to a bare minimum. She "scores" with an audio engineer (Jon Dough) towards the last third of the feature, but her main purpose seems to be as a dramatic catalyst; she keeps the story rolling.
Rocco, the rock star, indulges in groupie-grabbing with P.J. Sparxx; however, I say that Britt Morgan tops the charts in a fantasy sequence. Hers is a throwback to the early days of filmed eroticism, a gushy, kind of melodramatic scene.
High quality technical credits and an amusing script remind us of the good old days when features were films - and damn proud of it! Stay tuned for Part 2 and make sure you stock multiple copies, for it will rent well.