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Play Me

Released: Jan 01st, 1990
Running Time: 85
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Champagne, Diedre Holland, John Dough
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Paul Thomas more-or-less remake of Sex, Lies and Videotape showcases Diedre Holland as the old college pal of Champagne, who is now married, mostly happily, to John Dough. Diedre has come back to California to go to grad school. In the years since she's been gone from Champagne's life, she hasn't really changed. She's still a provocateur, someone who likes to disturb peoples; views about themselves. This time she's got a video camera which she likes to train on Champagne, West, Dough and even Tianna. All this video attention first makes them upset... but then it makes them horny. Soon they succumb to it and her.

Jack Remy's camera work is excellent as always and the production values are high. Some of the sex scenes are exceptionally hot, particularly the opening scene with West and Champagne, but there's a little too much of Thomas' deathless prose. Nevertheless, Holland is magnificent and Champagne is a spectacular slut. And for those reasons alone you'll want to see this feature. Packaging with Holland looks great.


 

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Champagne
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