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Sleepless

Released Oct 01st, 1993
Running Time 84
Director Frank Marino
Company Vidco Entertainment
Critical Rating AAA
Genre Feature

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Sean Michaels can't sleep as he is being kept awake by a dream lover, played by Sahara (now with short hair). This makes him almost late for work as the host of the midnight "Love Line" radio talk show. His extremely cranky attitude with callers worries station manager Roxanne Blaze. Sean's "Love Line" is a good place to ask his listeners to tell him about their dream lovers, and he hopes to find why his is keeping him awake. (That deep throat may be one reason.)

If this sounds like a flimsy framework for sex scenes, you're right; and Michales is more petulant than sympathetic. The show is saved by the gorgeous Blaze, who scores first with station engineer T.T. Boy, in a scene inspired by the narration of a caller. The same premise governs the next scenes, with Isis Nile and Rebecca Bardoux. The first is a standard-issue locker-room girl/girler, followed by a three-way with Marc Wallice. The skin tones of blonde Bardoux and exotic lovely Nile contrast nicely, but no real sparks. By contrast, the climactic pairing of Blaze and Michaels, right in the studio, is not only a classic black-on-blonde visual feast, it's an incredible matchup heat-wise, too. Roxanne Blaze is poised for superstardom – she just needs to be more facially expressive and spontaneous with her dialogue.

Nice boxcover features Rebecca, but let folks know it's Roxanne's show. An excellent addition to your interracial section.



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