Somehow, the idea of retaining viewer interest is lost amidst the backwash of plot. Let's face it, watching a sour-faced Nick E. every few minutes, unhappily talking and thinking at his desk, tends to be a drag. This story needs something more upbeat than dealing with expressing love at an acting class.
Fortunately, it has its bright moments. Perky Sunny McKay is a delight to be around -as lucky Randy West, her acting coach, discovers during a spontaneous blow job encounter. Leggy Alex Jordan and her sensual voice is easily believable when a girl/girl love scene gets out of hand. Teri Diver is socially acceptable. Emphasis tends to center around girl/girl, but there is plenty of ordinary coupling.