Released: Feb 01st, 1986
Running Time: 88
Director: Michael Kaplan
Company: Cinematrex Corp
Cast: Steve Drake, Steve Powers, Laurie Smith, Nick Random, Peter North, Blake Palmer, Gina Carrera, Patti Petite, Kevin Gibson
Critical Rating: AAA
In Heidi, played by Patti Petite, Cinematrex has found a character that could go on for years – a cult figure who's cute, funny, charming and loads of fun. In Patti Petite, a star is porn (to cop the title of another feature from this company), as in her first starring role, she excels in both acting skills and sexual prowess.
Apparently based on a famous comedienne's fictional character, Petite plays a self-proclaimed nymphomaniac, who needs the help of a cartoon psychiatrist (Nick Random) to help her through her trials and tribulations. So in this enthusiastically acted and funny story, Petite describes her woes, in flashback form (of course), to her shrink. We see her babysitter doing it with the boyfriend on her parents' floor (although she describes a sequence where her father walks in and chases the babysitter down the street, it is never shown), her first lesbian experience which turns into a five-person orgy, her temporary (very temporary) celibacy in Mexico and her ultimate seduction of Random where she asks, "Well, doc, am I a nymph?" while fondling his tool.
However, the flashback highlight occurs in the back seat of a station wagon, where her high school sweetheart seduces her. It's a steamy, ultra-realistic scene (however I've always wondered how these high school virgins see a penis for the first time and can miraculously deep throat it), that captures what the first time must be like for a lot of kids.
I am charmed by Heidi A – The Erotic Misadventures of a Total Slut. You might complain that a few of the sex scenes go on too long, and a few glitches exist on my preview copy, but Patti Petite comes off as a woman who really does love sex, and you'll enjoy that enthusiasm.