Released: Feb 01st, 1990
Running Time: 75
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Megan Leigh, Hyapatia Lee, Joey Silvera, Marc de Bruin, Tanja de Vries, Mike Horner
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Funny, the one time I got lost in the woods, it was 10 degrees outside, and there was no toilet paper. It was not a pretty picture, unlike Paul Thomas' vision of what it's like to be toasting your marshmallows with the likes of Hyapatia Lee and company.
Mike Horner and Lee are on their way to a romantic weekend, but get lost – a situation that doesn't suit Horner since he likes his life programmed around certainly. The couple come across fellow lostees, Joey Silvera and Megan Leigh who do it on purpose – their way of getting in touch with one another. Horner ain't buying the philosophy about anti-order giving you a new perspective on life and starts on the ol' lions, and tigers and bears routine. Joey just shrugs and keeps giving out more Karmic advice.
If you're looking for deep meanings beyond, stop right there. Sense (or in a couple of cases, continuity) is not this cute little feature's message. But plenty of au naturel sex under the clear blue skies is. The segment involving Tanja de Vries and Marc de Bruin as a couple of Swedish (I presume) campers is exciting and a voyeur's dream come true. de Vries is nature's most breathtaking gift to this industry. Watch her shower/sex scenes a couple of times. You'll get the drift.