Released: Dec 01st, 1985
Running Time: 89
Director: Jerome Bronson
Company: CDI Home Video
Cast: Jacqueline Lorians, Eric Edwards, Andrea Brittain, Nichole West, Dan Mann, Rick Savage, Gina Valentino, Randy West
Critical Rating: AAA
Somewhere beneath all the extremely erotic sex scenes and naked bodies, there lies a network television mini-series entitled The Love Scene. Well, if you want one with a story, here it is. If you like your sex steamy and sweaty, this is the tape for you.
What would you do if you were on a movie et watching filming of the screenplay that you and your partner had written. The entire film revolves around a bitchy star who hates a certain love scene and threatens to walk off the set. Then what do you do when the director hands you the script and says rewrite it by tomorrow morning or you're through?
What The Love Scene does is show in candid detail, the many ways to redo this particular scene from the simple romantic to the burning sexual encounter of the stars involved on this particular film. The romantic intensity is carried on by the two copywriters, Randy West and the great-looking Jacqueline Lorians. Lorians is the shy romantic type and West must coax her to write from her gut and not just her heart.
The storyline works on several levels and develops interacting relationships between the writers —who originate the script. At times, the writers are actually shown, via their own imagination, playing the characters of the sex scene. This array of relationships serves up several different and erotic settings for lovemaking. Lots of imagination and much care has gone into making The Love Scene, a hot and well-produced feature.