|Released||Jan 01st, 1998|
|Directors||Bud Lee, Asia Carrera|
|Company||Bud Lee Productions|
|Cast||Laura Palmer, Liza Harper, Asia Carrera, Roxanne Hall, Mike Horner, Mark Davis, Johnni Black, Holly Body, Raylene, Charlie (I), Sindee Coxx, John Decker, Brittany Andrews, Avalon, LeeAnna Heart, Alec Metro, Jonathan Morgan|
|Critical Rating||Not Yet Rated|
This ambitious undertaking, about a struggling contemporary pianist who dreams of Amadeus and 18th-century Vienna, offers much in the way of plot but very little in the sexual department. The production fails to deliver when a sex scene seems logical, or decides to interrupt the activity once it's begun. And the sex that is on display is undermined by the tinny, overbearing musical background.
The first sex number occurs almost 20 minutes into the film and finds Alex Sanders engaged with voracious babes Johnni Black and Holly Body. There's some hot anal action and a steamy facial, but the scene is disappointing because it seems a mishmash of hard and soft footage. The same thing occurs in the next two orgy sequences, scenes which should sizzle but fall particularly flat.
The final encounter between Asia Carrera and Mark Davis, in which the modern-day Carrera is whisked back to Vienna by Mozart, does manage some sparks; however, it's a fairly brief number and then it's fade to black.
The filmmakers obviously spend some time on this one, and it's a shame that the results didn't pay off.