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Ladies of the 80?s

Released Jan 01st, 1986
Running Time 85
Director Mark Richards
Company Paradise Visuals
Cast Lana Burner, Tamara Longley, Jacqueline Lorians, Kay Parker
Critical Rating AA
Genre Feature

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I hate to say it, but this feature is going to anger an awful lot of right-thinking people. The show has two things going for it: very pretty, talented ladies, and a unique (at least, for adult video) approach to staging.  Our first clue that something interesting may be about to happen occurs during the opening credits.  Each of the stars gets a couple of minutes, in character, to “confess” her deepest feelings about being a woman in the 80’s.  But here also is where the story starts to go downhill.  It’s not that the women don’t have some valid complaints – which most of us have heard time and again, and certainly this movie isn’t going to change anyone’s view on the subject – but the valid issues are so intermingled with what can only be called pseudo-feminist claptrap that it becomes almost painful to watch.

Fortunately, what isn’t painful to watch is these beautiful ladies getting it on with a couple of studs and with each other.  But don’t look for too much action here.  Far too much time is taken up by consciousness-raising sessions led by the show’s big-name star, Kay Parker.  And don’t look for Kay’s award-winning sexual performance: there isn’t any.  My feeling, though, is that this is more than made up for by some of the other actresses. Sheri St. Clari may be a relative newcomer, but after seeing her here, I’m going to be on the lookout for anything else she’s in.  And redhead Jacqueline Lorians is no slouch either.

There are only 2 hetero couplings here; the girl/girl action is much more prevalent, and if that’s your taste, you’ll love the all-girl orgy at the end.  But to really enjoy the show, you’ll have to turn off your social conscience.



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