Released: Jun 01st, 1984
Running Time: 86
Director: Ferard Kikoine
Cast: Alan Adrian, Arlene Manhatten, George Payne, Ron Jeremy, Desiree Cousteau, Joanna Storm, Kevin James (I)
Critical Rating: AAA
The director and star of the underrated Tales Of Tiffany Lust score again in another classy Henry (Misty Beethoven) Paris production. The somewhat corny story, told entirely in flashback, has a rich and successful writer or romantic novels Adrianne (Arlene Manhatten) reminiscing about the affairs of her life.
Plot is not all that is important in a Henry Paris picture. What counts are the solid production values, sharp cinematography, locations (Paris and New York here), and of course, ravishing women. Arlene Manhattan is one of the classiest ladies to star in adult films. Her long, flowing blonde hair, pointed features and smoothly tanned curvaceous body are a joy to behold. She performs sexual acts with honest enthusiasm and her acting ability has improved a great deal since Tiffany Lust.
The rest of the cast reads like a who's who of hardcore. Buxom blonde Joanna Storm receives Manhatten as a surprise birthday present from her husband (Alan Adrian). Both relish the gift with equal delight. Vanessa Del Rio plays a psychotherapist (she'd have the patients galore) who has hot sex with vet stud George Payne in her office. Desiree Cousteau has a short but torrid fantasy sequence. The ubiquitous Ron Jeremy also scores with Arlene and handsome newcomer Daniel Clair makes passionate love to the leading lady on a table with a roving camera capturing all the action from every conceivable angle. This is one diary that's definitely worth a look.