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Released: Sep 01st, 1983
Running Time: 96
Director: Edwin Brown
Distribution Companies: Essex
Cast: Rachel Ashley, Hyapatia Lee, Richard Pacheco, Jamie Gillis, Honey Wilder, John Leslie
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Marina del Ray, a quaint little bayside part of Los Angeles where swinging singles shake, rattle and roll all night – and day – long. Here, amidst the gorgeous blue sky and calm waterfront docks, beautiful women peruse, hoping to satisfy their sexual wants. Most of the time they do so in thrillingly erotic style. Nothing is shy to these birds, whether it be ménage-a-trois, lesbian sex or, even kinkier, romantic roundelays with the local plumber.
Heading up this bevy of bountiful babes is our narrator, the brunette, blue-eyed bombshell Honey (Honey Wilder), a sexual dynamo who also happens to be an aerobics teacher and part-time peddler of vitamins. Along with her flirtatious friend Faye, a former Vegas showgirl, Honey shares her bed and fantasies. Living below these two eloquent exotics, in the Marina del Ray high rise apartments, are an endless array of sexually aggressive singles getting their cookies off.
We have the one-time kind of Malibu Beach, super-stud Skip (Randy West), a brazen muscle-bound dynamo who teachers his neighbor, nerdy Walter (Richard Pacheco), how to get it on with the gals. Also inhabiting the building is Professor Kern (Jamie Gillis), a teacher of sex education whose young and willing students he leads into his lair, only to have them demonstrate their desires between themselves.
And what would a high-rise be without the handyman – this one's name is Herb (John Leslie) – who fixes leeky plumbing while getting his spigots cleaned at the same time.
All of these people – normal, fun-loving, everyday sex-starved boys and girls – are being looked at in voyeuristic style. It's as if director Edwin (Irresistible) Brown secretly planted cameras in rooms throughout the building without telling his performers, then yelled "roll'em!"