|Released||Sep 01st, 1999|
|Cast||Jill Kelly, Mickey G., Inari Vachs, Evan Stone, Randy Spears, Sterling, Brad Armstrong, Stephanie Swift, Erik Everhard, Eric Price, Chris Cannon, Jessica Jewel, Alec Metro, Mia Smiles|
|Critical Rating||AAA 1/2|
Reminiscent in many ways of the slick, all-girl Jenna's Built for Speed, but more ambitious in terms of scope. The premise has 1930s-era world travelers Stephanie Swift and Randy Spears flying from country to country in their private plane, and indulging in sex with the locals at each stop.
Swift enjoys a number of encounters, including a Spanish fantasy with señorita Jill Kelly and bullfighter Brad Armstrong; a two-on-one with Palace Guards Alec Metro and Chris Cannon; a custom ride with rickshaw runner Mia Smiles; an earthy group session at the queen's chambers in Cairo; and a homecoming b/g on the tarmac with Spears.
Though generally decent and sometimes quite good, none of the sex here is going to win any awards. Regardless, the fantasy settings (all created here in good of Southern California) and technical polish of the production will appeal to the right audience. Will doubtless do well on pay TV and DVD