Released: May 01st, 1989
Running Time: 82
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Lynn LeMay, John Dough, Tori Welles, Randy West, Jerry Butler, April West
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Tori Welles' sexuality reminds me of driving the Baja peninsula with a trunkful of dynamite caps. You know there's going to be a massive explosion; you just don't know which bump is going to set it off. These are the kinds of characters she seems to play, and that's the Welles we find here.
She and April West play ex-school-chums from college who decide to share an apartment. It's a nice, fashionable place, and rich daddy Randy West is holding up daughter April's side of the lease. Only daddy doesn't appreciate Welles' wild woman influence upon his daughter, although he wouldn't mind Welles for himself. And Tori does not disappoint in any of her sex scenes.
Nice, subtle camera touches help the look, particularly the sex scene with April West and John Dough. Here's a scene that perfectly intertwines glamour shots and hot sex. We yell about it often enough, it can be done, and here it is. Besides, West, at least in my eyes, is the most underrated performer in the business. We should see her more as a featured player.
True Confessions Of Tori Welles is a solid, well-acted, smoldering chunk of erotica. It's a can't miss feature with an excellent shot of Tori on the cover.