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Strangers When We Meet

Released: Oct 01st, 1990
Running Time: 72
Director: Stuart Canterbury
Company: VCR
Cast: Paula Price, Eric Price, Brooke London, Bobby London, Lauren Brice, Tracey Adams, Cameo (I), Cal Jammer
Critical Rating: AA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA

“We’ve got to end this thing,” Eric Price keeps telling Paula Price. He means their continual arguing. She thinks he means their relationship. I was hoping he meant this boring video. It’s a case of boy meets girl, boy loses girl and both of them get lost. In the five years between, they try new relationships and get married to other people as an afterthought. They finally meet again and share greetings as thought they last saw one another five minutes ago (which it was in video time). The video is an attempt at Spinelli-like interaction but little heat is produced. Tracey Adams with Michael Daly and the always lusty Lauren Brice with Paula Price (who do all these names rhyme?) evoke some interest, but not enough to recommend this average sexvid.


 

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