Adult features have a fascinating way of wrapping up all the tension, conflict and resolution of complex interpersonal relationships in the time it takes to make a grilled tuna melt sandwich. And maybe that's just as well. Problems? Who needs them. In the put stop of Kelly Royce's life, her best girlfriend and confidante leaves to go off to school, and an incipient relationship with Eric Edwards is handled by Royce with the tentativeness of grabbing a fistful of hot coals.
It seems like Royce just can't make a move without dialing roommate Sharon (newcomer Nina) who's busy carrying on with "professional student" Randy West. If West is still a student, his first grade class must be on exhibit at the museum of natural history. A little too gabby in parts (the back and forth dialogue between Royce and girlfriend gets a little tedious), but there's an interesting hook in the story that makes it worth seeing, and you'll have to see it. The sex scenes benefit by a couple of new faces to the business, and they're handled with some very fresh camera thinking to make them enjoyable and worth getting off on. A solid production for the couples' market.