Though Shelby Stevens gets the box, the real star of this flick is Nikole Lace, who plays an 18-year-old going through her sexual awakening -- but perhaps the real star of this picture is its ambiance. Renee actually looks and sounds like it could have been made during the '60s, when flower was in power and bad guitar music was the anthem of the times. One extra point for an excellent re-creation.
The film is told in flashback, as Nikole fingers her pussy, and the voice-overs outnumber the times when people actually speak to each other by about five to one. Nikole tells us about spying on some groovy neighbors painting their walls in psychedelic colors, then some multi-positional screwing that includes her massaging his cock with her insoles. Nikole's own awakening, however, is at the hands of "maid" Shelby, who takes a sensual shower before kissing and licking Nikole's own awakening, however, is at the hands of "maid" Shelby, who takes a sensual shower before kissing and licking Nikole all over, in the movie's best scene. The musical accompaniment to Shelby's shower, reminiscent of the "bad girl" music seen in '50s teenage movies, definitely adds to the enjoyment. Watch where you put those fingers, Shelby!
More spying lets Nikole in on a poolside threesome, with the vocal talents of Marilyn Martyn and Sinnamon wasted below some loud guitar strumming and too-fast edits. However, watching the gals chow down on each other's pussy, then having Steve Austin plow each one doggie style, is worth more than one look.
Finally, Nikole gets devirginated by Christopher Ladd, who's trying real hard to grow that goatee. The deflowering takes place on a blanket in the woods (natch!), but aside from the obligatory b.j. and pussy-licking, it's minor doggie action and a slomo cum shot to Nikole's ass. The tape ends with more shots of Nikole's ass. The tape ends with more shots of Nikole pleasuring herself to a montage of remembered sexual flashbacks, then some still shots from the movie to bring it to the (ironical? magical?) "69" minutes running time.
The market here is those nostalgic for movies "the way they used to do 'em" -- and very young looking actresses. Of course, sensuous Shelby on the box won't hurt sales.