This is an attempt to give the viewer the illusion of substance via artsy black and white scenes, creative mood music, and fancy editing – and it succeeds to a point. The sex scenes often simmer, so viewers will be OK there. It is "sort of" a psycho/sexual melodrama based on a psychiatrist (Teri Weigel) who is investigating the validity of accused serial killer Marc Wallice's claim of innocence. Teri becomes so sexually absorbed in viewing his home-made sex videos that she hires performers to recreate their lovemaking. As with all "creative" videos, this has a surprise ending.
Teri is a confusing person. She can overact and overreact at times and then almost appear impatient to finish her usual abbreviated male-female sex scenes-especially blow jobs. On the same note, Teri is a bit more eager and lingering when performing girl-girl action.
Despite the remainder of the cast being relegated to much more minor roles, Britt Morgan and Marc Wallice provide decent grunts 'n groans in their only scene together. The rest of the people are just icing on the cake. Ed Powers and Brittany make a token appearance in a very brief "news reporter" ending.
Wicked strives to be a deep video, but it just gets deeper and deeper. On the technical side, it's alive and full of fire, but on the sexual side, the passion is sometimes lost in the search for passion.