Paul Norman's latest quirky gem opens with talking mattresses recalling women who've given their boxsprings a good workout. Celeste does salesman Mark Davis on what becomes a Sealy Posturepubic; Amber Woods ravishes Alex Sanders, making his Castro a convertible; Celeste returns for a torrid tryst with Nikki Tyler; Nikki, Felecia, and Jenteal from a tangled toys-not-boys affair; and Melissa Hill takes on Tom Byron and Ian Daniels in a dark alley.
Norman turns in a fine directorial effort from his own witty script using a concept similar to Anthony Spinelli's The Last Condom. The production values and most of the performances are excellent, but the two leads are nomination-worthy: Mark Davis as the salesman and the voice of the main mattress, and Celeste, who has rarely looked this ravishing. A hot Celeste boxcover makes this an easy sell.