Five disjointed sex scenes come together in a hilarious twist ending that hasn't been done since 1974 (Alejandro Jodorowsky's The Holy Mountain, for those of you who aren't up on your highbrow art films requiring the patience of a surgeon and the I.Q. of a physicist to watch) in this opus from writer/director/cameraman Mike Quasar. The shared premise is people videotaping themselves having sex, and what happens when the tapes fall into the wrong hands, namely the hands of amateur-porn entrepreneur Tyce Buné, who may have trouble of his own if the tape of him and two tootsies (Kimi Lixx, Lexxus) by his pool gets to his wife. Complication piles upon complication until the situation bursts at the seams, and then when you're through reeling at the creativity - or audacity - of the payoff, another sex scene closes matters out.
Kiki Daire impresses, as do April and Logan LaBrent in their scenes. Ron Jeremy and Tyce Buné get to show their acting chops, and just for seasoning, producer Mike Adam plays Buné's assistant. The Lexxus/Buné/Lixx poolside roundelay sizzles.
Pre-nom for Quasarman's screenplay. Not all of it. Just the twist. Well done, Mike.