By design, The Woman Who Loved Men is a simple story about a lady whose dancing career diminishes as her sexual appetite increases.
Ginger Lynn (Pleasure Hunt) goes to psychiatrist Eric Edwards seeking professional help, thereby relating most of her erotic encounters for the doctor to analyze, and for us to marvel at.
In execution, the story is simple-minded rather than just plain simple. The filmmakers establish a pattern (analysis/flashback/analysis, etc.) that does not break until too late into the feature. When it does, with the consummation of Lynn and Edwards affair, it becomes a welcome, if somewhat pointless relief.
On a technical level, this video has an annoying problem: each scene was shot on the "two camera" system, which is an artistic cop-out so that the director won't have as many set-ups to film. Unfortunately, each camera was set at a different exposure, and the cross-cutting between the two make this most apparent.
Now you might ask yourself what is worth viewing in this tape after all that beefing? This answer is Ginger Lynn. Repeat... Ginger Lynn. This woman is a sexual dynamo! If she doesn't love what she does for a living,then she has got to be one terrific actress. In any case, her carnal enthusiasm can carry any kind of feature, good or bad. Lynn is the best orgasmer since Jesse St. James, and that's high praise indeed! Even though the director did not take full advantage of what this woman is obviously capable of, you had better prepare a cold shower for when you flip off your VCR.