When the opening credits fade, Kaylan Nicole has Alex Sanders' dick in her mouth, This pretty much sets the tone for the rest of the film. Emerson is trying for a spoof of the "X-rated" industry; in some places it works, in others it falls short.
Tina Tyler plays a director that made an erotic film in the mid-eighties which featured tow of Hollywood's hottest stars, Debi Diamond and Luc Wylder. Promoter Jon Dough, the John Leslie of the '90s, has acquired the rights. At the buyers' screening Diamond and Ariana are working out in the gym before working on each other. One is always amazed at the different positions the pliant Diamond can assume during sex. Wylder makes an appearance and the dong-starved girls double his pleasure, also doubling-down on his dick.
At a dinner with Tyler, Exhibitor Steve Drake reveals that he's in a state that only Tyler can relieve. She accepts his rigid proposition and guides it into her willing receptacle, simultaneously wrangling a deal where he gets to market his film. Believing the film will halt his career, Wylder initiates injunction, but his agent thinks the publicity will help. (He must be Rob Lowe's agent, also.)
Dirt-dishing d.j. Nicole pays for her scoops with sexual favors. Nick East, as one of her snitches, tries to trade up from a hand jo to a blow job for a piece of info.
Once released, the film flops; Dough's studio folds; and Tyler's directing career is finished. Taking an X-rated film gig, Tyler finds out that her stars are none other than Jon Dough with Melissa Hill!
Tyler turns in a fine performance (sex and acting) as the idealist-turned-cynic. Nicole might have the box cover, star billing and two sex scenes, but it's Tina's show.