Oh, the pain. Tyce Buné is another tortured intellectual wrestling with his conscience and his self-esteem because he writes porn scripts and adores the asses of shapely women. We should all have these problems. Once viewers express their varying degrees of non-sympathy for our hero, they'll enjoy where Buné's angst (and requited but mutually unexpressed crush on an especially cute Chloe) leads the plot. Although not everyone gets an "A" in acting for this feature, overall folks seem relaxed and natural with their roles and lines and the visual quality it high throughout. A mild S/M subplot between Kira Kener and/or Chloe and Herschel Savage is occasionally hot, especially when Chloe switches mid-scene. The non-sex scene that stands out is an awkward rehearsal between Chloe and Buné, both burning for one another but unable to speak their feelings. Later, Chloe shines when she visits friends who perform at a peep show and pleasures herself while watching them put on a two-girl show. An excellent watch, although with a frustrating (but believable) ending.