A visible tracking readout in the first shot, shaky camera work, a steady hum on the soundtrack, a visible lens shade when the camera operator zooms out wide, multiple jump cuts, and an audible off-screen television establish the technical credentials of the production team. The sex? It's just okay, with two protracted scenes of latex-sheathed stroking punctuated by inane dialogue. The first scene, with Gi-Gi playing a dance instructor who teaches her student the horizontal bop, shows a bit of imagination in the set-up. Good intentions, though, aren't enough.