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Tattle Tales

Released Oct 01st, 1997
Running Time 71
Director Michael Zen
Company Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast Heather Hunter, Byron Long, Devlin Weed, Jon Dough, Raven McCall, Julie Rage
Critical Rating Not Yet Rated
Genre Film

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The setting is a TV show where three couples are asked questions about each other. (Oddly enough, there was a '70s Goodson-Todman game show called "Tattletales," where husbands and wives answered questions about their partners. A coincidence, no doubt.)

In a nom-worthy effort, screenwriter Raven Touchstone sets up dramatic situations a-plenty with secrets and "How could you's" flying around the room. Top-billed Heather Hunter starts and ends the film, with a passionate scene with Stephen St. Croix and a playful one with husband Byron Long (pre-nom cinematographer Ralph Parfait for shooting the latter tryst).

Julie Rage and Raven McCall's g/g is supplemented by audience participation by emcee Jon Dough, and Rage and Devlin Weed perform the act-and-fuck-at-the-same-time trick in a tense coupling.

Good acting all around. Watching RAge (whose name never seemed more appropriate) seething at hubby Weed in a tight close-up is like looking down the barrel of a howitzer. Chalk up a pre-nom for Best Supporting Actress here.

Stock in the couples section.



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