This moody flick opens with French pastries Channone (misbilled as Chantille) and Rebecca Lord teasing Steven St. Croix into a three-way croissant which is peeped by his now ex-girlfriend Racquel Darrian, who laments to therapist Tyffany Million. Darrian later hooks up with bartender Jon Dough, who turns out to be Million's lover as his dork becomes one "in" a Million! In a dream sequence, Million pursues and nails St. Croix on the stairs before Sean Michaels joins in to form a fiery threesome. This is just an appetizer to Million's mad scheme of breaking up Dough and Darrian… by taking Darrian herself. With a tender, riveting come-on, she nails Darrian on the couch, a Sapphic sofa scorcher sure to be recalled at awards time!
While Darrian's performance is surprisingly strong and forceful, Million treats the viewer to an acting tour-de-force that easily qualifies for Best Actress consideration. The excellent cinematography and production values are typical Paul Thomas and company. Don't risk alienating your couples audience by not stocking this film!