Poor director Frank Marks. Booked to shoot unlucky number 13 of the Talk Dirty series, he loses one production manager (Michael J. Cox, in his farewell performance) when a would-be performer (Charlene Aspen) pins him under her pussy in a bathtub. Blub. After Brick Majors services Julie Meadows by a pool, cameraman Captain Bob falls in the pool, avec camcorder. Oops. Other mishaps prevail. Dillion Day assures Marks that he'll be fine for the scene in a couple of hours - as soon as he's finished saying goodbye to Envy. Finally, they need to get one last scene down, on a boat. Marks stays ashore (this reviewer got a case of déjà vu on that) and Austin goes off with Captain Bob to shoot Justine Romée and Brandon Iron, who get so caught up in what's going on that they don't notice Austin has fallen overboard. On their return, Marks passes out the paychecks, and is pleasantly surprised to see that Austin is gone. He pockets the check; maybe #13 isn't completely bad luck after all.
Pleasant black comedy with Cash Markman playing director on both sides of the camera this time. Six sex scenes in all, and although there isn't a plot, the situations keep interest throughout.