Released: Jul 01st, 2003
Running Time: 98
Director: F J Lincoln
Company: VCA Pictures
Cast: Dillon (I), Erik Everhard, Evan Stone, Venus (I), Felix Vicious, Amythiest Stone, Marty Romano, Jezebelle Bond, Dominica Leoni, Others
Critical Rating: AAA
Couples - as long as the cheating angle doesn\'t bother them. Bitter newly-singles.
When Evan Stone gets fired by Venus from his gym job, he fires back with a sex-discrimination lawsuit. (Even though they were both cheating on each other, as the first two sex scenes show.) "This is a fucking declaration of war!" Venus fumes from her treadmill to best friend Felix Vicious, and the war is on. It doesn't last long, and Stone and Venus get back together in a passionate horizontal reconciliation, which Vicious doesn't like one bit. Is Stone abusing her, or is it just a stormy relationship? Later, she refers to her set-to with Stone as "the relationship from hell" while playing pool with Jezebelle Bond, who used to work with a private detective - and Bond used to have a relationship with Venus as well. Which they rekindle, right there by the pool table.
Creative shooting from Barry Wood includes Dutch angles and eye-teasing framing with the point of interest obscured in the corner or both. Music under scenes also adds aesthetic value. AVN's review copy had poor sound recording in dialogue scenes.