Released: Sep 01st, 1983
Running Time: 90
Director: Domingo Lobo
Cast: Robin Evertt, Shanna McCollough, Connie Lindstrom, Adrienne Bellair
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Deviations is the newest in the genre of new "film" shot directly on videotape. The realism achieved through this technique adds that extra spice to a dish that already tempts our palate.
Set in the sexual freedom capital of the west, San Francisco, Deviations is a true-to-life, contemporary tale that blends the conflicting goals of career and romance skillfully, with plenty of hot sex as the catalyst. Deviations chronicles the travails of a "four-piece", all female rock band and their somewhat less-than meteoric rise to wealth and fame (that is, until they change their name; and their act).
The Four Foxes, eagerly portrayed by relative "newcomers" Shanna McCollough, Adrienne Bellair, Robin Everette and Connie Lindstrom gradually progress from naiveté to nymphomania as they make a "down"-payment on their overdue rent without touching a checkbook. Next, they snare a professional photographer and "retail" a manager/promoter using only their allure and a fervent willingness to "copulate".
Supported by a few cast members from the XXX-rated pioneer film Shameless, Lily Marlene, Ken Scodder and Billy De, the Deviations rock and roll us to a sumptuous feast of explicit encounters of every kind.
Front-row, in –person realism, creative scripting, sizzling sex, plus a romantic, uptempo finish combine to make Deviations a solid, must for all serious viewers of adult films.