There is a lot of plot and dialogue—as evidenced by the fact that only four sex scenes are found in this nearly two-hour release. But that is OK, since chances are many viewers of this style are into things other than just sex—like strong romance, passion and performers who are often so deadly serious as to not break into a smile.
This is especially true of Magdalene St. James, who plays a woman old enough to, as she puts it, have remembered changing the diapers of the young stud (Joey Brass) who eventually beds her—and later her daughter (Zoe Voss). That is the twist here: Brass seems equally enamored with both mother and daughter, who are total opposites—Mom is older, busty and solid, and daughter is very petite, thin and a real lightweight.
The dramatic plot will win over viewers into romance and basically non-offensive sex that is passion-filled and ideal for couples.