Released: Jun 01st, 1991
Running Time: 66
Director: Frank Thring
Company: Arrow Film & Video
Cast: Selina Fabre, Taylor Wane, Wayne Summers, Cameo (I), Sunny McKay, Ron Jeremy
Critical Rating: AAA
Ron Jeremy plays a U.S. official in Beirut who is seized by terrorists, and daughter Sunny McKay sets out to rescue him. Director Thring's very competent script even contains a non-sex role for himself and the ravishing McKay makes this very marketable. The lithe blonde gets fully into her encounter with Don Fernando (billed as "Don Gomez" when he plays a dual role as an Arab - as though we wouldn't notice it was the same actor. For fans of reardoor action, there's an anal scene between the captive Jeremy and Selina Fabre, which becomes a double penetration when guar Gomez joins in. Fabre's lack of English language skills is more than made up for by her sexual enthusiasm.
Although the story gets a bit silly towards the end, the script takes commendable jibes at terrorism and does its bit for world peace as well. Viewers who are turned on by accents will have a smorgasbord to choose from Besides McKay, Fabre and Thring, there's the silver-tongued Wane. Most importantly, Up The Gulf has what it takes to your customers up.