We don't quite figure out until the middle of this feature that Steven St. Croix runs a private men's club where six women cavort, dance, lick each other and let the patrons feel them up, all for the entertainment of the members who pay St. Croix big bucks. Lene Hefner is the star of the show and commands top dollar, but she, like the other girls, always wears dark glasses — as do the patrons. Why? You'll find that out at the end, although it still doesn't make too much sense to me.
Nonetheless, the extremely erotic Blind Spot, with a fabulously sexy box cover and many hot sexual treats, ranks as one of the best film releases of recent memory.
The story begins with Mark Davis becoming enamored of Lené. She is taken with his shy ways and an affair begins. But while she will let him look at and poke every part of her body, removing the glasses is a no-no.
The opening sex scene sets the mood of the film. St. Croix encounters Sierra and Lacy Rose on a stairway and partakes of both with only one sentence being uttered. Later on, Laurie Cameron gives Paul Morgan a private session. Perhaps the best scene is the poolside one with Sierra pairing off with Dyanna Lauren, while Lacy now gets to partake of Laurie. The last is saved for the inevitable Mark and Lené interlude. Like the rest of the action scenes, it is beautifully photographed (two cinematographers are given credit) and quite erotically performed. Marketing should emphasize both the newness of star Lené, plus the fact that this is a film feature. Additional cast: Don Fernando, Kasha Romana.