A high-reaching, high-concept video that is, unfortunately, less than the sum of its parts.
Things get off to a rocky start with a wordy exposition by a newsman (the news report photo of "the bomb that was supposed to go off" puts a crime in the suspense later on). This is followed by a too-long 15-minute courtroom g/g/g that may be a fantasy, or maybe not. Things do pick up in the second hour, with the unfolding of the caper plot. Nine sex scenes, some quite creative, notably Melissa Hill with Tom Byron, and co-conspirators Sindee Coxx and Felecia in a jail cell with Swift masturbating while spying on them from an adjacent cell with a hand-held mirror.
Good acting performances and high production values - not to mention the nine sex scenes - but on the whole, a disappointment.