Now, That's a classy idea: let's have a political party where the "platform" is that it's okay to have sex! A welcome change from the notions of Jerry Falwell and the Parents' Music Resource Council, wouldn't you say? Of course, our performers don't get this idea until they've all experienced some hot, heavy action themselves. But you were more interested in the sex than the political anyway, weren't you?
And speaking of sex, there isn't a bad performance in this movie. Particularly attractive is Somber Knight, a dark-haired lovely with a body that won't quit. She and top-billed Robin Cannes are the female side of two couples who live in an isolated but well-equipped cabin in what looks like Colorado. They and their beaus enjoy the solitude and the hot tub, until disturbed by a politician and his entourage (Bunny Bleu and Tami) with whom he's just been caught playing, "Here, chickie-chickie-chickie" in a motel room. Thins proceed as you might expect, and everyone has a good time. Somber, Robin and Bunny all give superb performances, as do the male leads. All the couples swap around until the big orgy scene at the end. You also won't want to miss Robin and Somber getting it on.
One of the nicest things about this tape is that everyone seems to know their lines; nobody has to invent dialogue on the spot. Also of note is the background music, by Hugh and Mobus Wambly, which I found quite listenable, a jazzy little number with no hint of anything by Frank Sinatra.
This is a slow starter, but once it gets rolling, you'll find yourself liking both the characters and the sex.
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION: You are going to love the promo for Debbie Duz Dishes at the beginning. Hilarious; not to be missed!