Really gorgeous production value complete with arty commercial scenes, genius camerawork (pre-nom Barry Wood) and editing (pre-nom Victor Raskol) make this one shine. It's a drama, and the subsequent earnest mouthing of difficult dialogue is occasionally mawkish, but golly, they're all trying so hard, the sentimentality quotient benefits.
Jess' (Brooke Hunter) dreams come true the night her man Bobby (Tyce Buné) proposes... if only it weren't for those darn headaches. Turns out she's got "a condition" that doesn't leave her much time on this Earth. To save Bobby the pain of losing her to a terminal illness, Jess stages a blowjob with a friend to prove her infidelity and unworthiness.
In the hot department, whore Nina Whett gags herself on built-for-porn stud Lee Stone's muy impressivo member during a group scene (similar nice work from Envy and Chris Cannon) that marks Buné's return to the land of the living - or at least, the free-and-swinging. Here, Lake makes her move on her best friend's ex, at her best friend's urging (if Hunter can't have him, she wants to stay close vicariously).