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Whispered Lies

Whispered Lies

Released Jan 01st, 1994
Running Time 118
Directors Jean-Pierre Ferrand, Peter Davy
Company LBO Entertainment Group
Critical Rating AAAA
Genre Film



This begins as a gentle fairy tale-ish story and soon melts into a hardcore "Big Chill" of sorts.  Shot on film, the beautiful castle where it takes place and its lush sets wonderfully compliment what opens as a period piece.  Leena plays an angelic maiden betrothed to Colt Steele.  The villainous Mike Horner collects on her dad's (E.Z. Ryder) debt by offering him a clean slate and an additional $10,000 in gold for the hand (and luscious body) of his daughter.  Later, when Horner catches Leena with her true love, she meets an untimely end and to make matter worse, Isis Nile puts a curse on her soul for good measure.

Cut to the present.  Rebecca Bardoux recounts the tale to several of her closest friends (Melanie Moore, Tiffany Million, Keisha, Marc Wallice, Steve Drake, Steven St. Croix, Peter North and Tony Martino) visiting the castle for the weekend.  She explains that the ghost of Leena often uses lies to test true love and break unworthy couples apart.  Married guests like Keisha and North question each other's fidelity (with a little help from Leena) and then stray.  The ever bountiful Keisha shares a pretty boff with Martino by the fireplace, and both are in fine form.

Stranded motorists Alex Jordan and Krista arrive to complicate matters even more.  In a wonderful scene with St. Croix, they are instrumental in proving his infidelity to unhappy wife Million (with a French accent, for some strange reason).  Jordan's all sneakers and pearls, exuding her special tomboy charm as she and Krista take turns mounting St. Croix in various configurations.  It's probably the best boff of the bunch.

Ten full sex scenes (including one backdoor with Bardoux and Tim Lake), an attractive, large cast and impressive special effects in which some lovers actually morph into the sprite Leena certainly make this one a winner.  However, the meandering story which tries to tell too much about too many people, misses the mark and mars the film's impact slightly.  But be assured that the action is varied, from romantic (Leena/Steele) to indifferent (Million/St. Croix) to loving (Drake/Moore) and includes two threeways, plus plenty of heat.  Attention to detail and strong camerawork also add up to ensure its success.

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