|Released||Feb 01st, 1995|
|Cast||Steven Marks, Scott Hardman, Christian Murphy, Keith Blade, Cumisha Amado, Todd Moss, Eric Evans, Tanner Reeves, Corry McCabe, Rod Majors, Hunter Scott, Sam Abdul, Sharon Kane|
|Genre||Gay and Bi|
Sam Abdul never shies away from controversy and Bi Conflict is no exception: a bi-oriented tape in which the major bi character is a sleazy liar doesn't exactly beg for audience identification. But Abdul uses this character to actually make the audience think about loyalty and trust while delivering hot sex.
His characteristically funny and intriguing bridging scenes are terrific, particularly his catalogue of phone sex weirdos. Kane also contributes several strong original songs which add an even classier tone to the tape. This is a major bi release from a major director and deserves prominent placement in your store. See also Conflict of Interest review.
Ed. Note: The biggest criticism I've heard about these vids are that gay audiences won't sympathize with Scott Hardman's cheating bisexual character and it all buys into bisexual stereotypes. The sympathetic character is lovely Sharon Kane, so the story works better as a bisexual video than a gay one.