Released: Nov 01st, 1990
Running Time: 77
Director: Scotty Fox
Company: Moonlight Entertainment
Cast: Patricia Kennedy, Tom Byron, Marilyn Rose, Zara Whites, Randy West, Devon Shire
Critical Rating: AA
Usually, Scotty Fox can get a good performance out of rutabaga, but unfortunately, leading lady Zara Whites isn't quite as animated as a rutabaga. In this slight story, which has gangster Tom Byron poisoning his unfaithful wife, Zara takes the news al though she had lost a quarter at video poker. She doesn't seem overly upset. But maybe this is the Dutch style —underplay everything no matter what— "but I'm too bootiful to die, dahlink."
As to the carnal doings, she does perform in both of the only two decent sex scenes. First with West, the bartender who gets his finger broken by giving same to the gangster; then in the required girl-girl with Marilyn Rose. It has nothing to do with the story but it's pretty good. Best all around marks go to Rocco Siffredi whose accent is thicker than Layla LaShell. A good actor and a good sex performer, but stuck in one of Scotty's lesser efforts.