The performers are beautiful here, but the sloppy camerawork is more than a bit distracting. Clumsy angles have a tendency to miss the action, lending an awkward quality to scenes that could have been graceful and erotic. This is like a home video where the guy with the camera keeps pointing it at his dog, rather than at the flying saucer landing a few feet away. When a nice, long, full body shot would have done wonders, instead the lens is filled with a hip and a thigh, then an ankle, possibly a toe. A bathroom scene is so chaotic that it seems the cameraman was trying to take care of his business while he shot it. It's a shame to see talented folks like Randy Spears and Alexandra Silk pouring it on for someone who can't capture their abilities.