Contrast is a testament to Henri Pachard's enduring ability to attract some of the best technicians in the industry. All five multi-racial vignettes are equally well-lit and edited. The only obvious distinguishing factors among the scenes are the sex and the women.
Pretty blue-eyed Rebecca Lord stars in the first installment and keeps enigmatically insisting that the "storm is coming." Yet even after Julian St. Jox has ejaculated over her luscious dark features, which I imagined might be the impeding tempest, she continues with the ominous warning. Wacky, but I'm not complaining. Another high note is the final scene, in which drop-dead gorgeous Shona lynn takes on Jake steed and T.T. Boy in an intense d.p.
To put it simply, Contrast is stockable, rentable, saleable. Glad to see Mr. Pachard still at work.