Fans of Beverly Hills, 90210 will recall that each installment of the popular Fox television series began with a music video montage of life in beautiful Hell-Lay. This upscale Larry Flynt production takes the same approach to storytelling, only with more lesbian sex.
The plot: four amoral young hotties start an escort business for fun and profit. The girls: ringleader Tiffany Fox, innocent Aurora Snow, sexual dynamo Claudia Adkins, and more, more, more! The clientele: a trust-fund baby, a moody artist who likes to keep girls chained in his loft for days on end, and other jerks.
Between sex scenes, the girls romp with each other in those 90210-style montages (set to original songs like "She's Got A Magic Message For You.") The script isn't quite as sophisticated as it wants to be (a subplot involving Snow's boyfriend only produces a lame "romantic" b/g scene), but nom-worthy cinematography by Jack Remy and Jane Waters makes it all look glamorous. The girls make their biggest haul in an extravagant orgy with super-rich client Evan Stone; lots of toys, "sexy" masks, artsy lighting and an annoying aria soundtrack drive things to a climax.