Released: May 01st, 1992
Running Time: 73
Director: Jim Enright
Company: Zane Entertainment Group
Cast: Peter North, Tom Byron, Rachel Ryan, Joey Silvera, Alicia Rio, Randy West, Heidi Nelson, Heather Lere
Critical Rating: AAA
Heather Lere plays a sex columnist who dispenses advice and amuses herself by imagining the scenarios that her readers conjure up in the form of their questions.
The well-crafted and very erotic first scenario involves two very wealthy people (Joey Silvera, Rachel Ryan) on a first date. They’re so guarded about their money that in order to avoid showing off, they rent a cheap motel.
Somehow it’s not hard to imagine Peter North as a simpering mama’s boy, but his session with Moana Lisa is less than thrilling, mainly due to her shrill Noo Yawhk accent and completely phony cries of passion. Tom Byron and Alicia Rio play a rough and tumble 69 in a better sexual sequence.
Heidi Nelson (here billed as Aphrodisiac) plays a rich bitch with the IQ of a paper cup, and I may state categorically that she had me completely convinced of her genuine innate charm. As a love toy for Randy West, she fares less well.
Since this is not an unusually plotted sexvid, we know that the fifth and final encounter will be between Heather and her office assistant Robert J. It’s no surprise when they clear the desk and jump each other’s bones, but the scene is quite worthwhile nonetheless.
As per usual, many of the opportunities to create clever scenarios are bypassed due to a tight budget. But Dear Bridgette is entertaining and sexy nonetheless.