Shot on the grounds of the historic Wattles Mansion in West Hollywood, this New Age-influenced video is long on pleasant vanilla sex and short on intelligence. It has professional voiceover narration about the search for "true love," using the device of a mystical rose which grows in a crevice in a mountain.
The possessor of it will have good sex, if not lifelong love, but he has to give it to someone else to get the best use out of it. Ho-hum. The score starts out quite promisingly with an orchestra and chorus (OK, a synthesizer and a woman) but then it's repeated ad nauseum, with no variation; it's total tedium by the end. There are four couplings and a solo, not one of them breaking new ground, or particularly intriguing for that matter, but it should sell well. Written by Craig Andrews, it stars Mark Andrew, Jay Corey, Nick Manetti, Brad Morgan, Mark Steel, Chris Stone, Randy Storm, Karl Thomas and Javier.