An epic erotic film destined to become a carnal classic, the best news about this 35mm feature is that it will be released in two parts. The production sparkles with inspiration, dedication, and most importantly - sexual chemistry. The combination of Pachard's direction with Alex deRenzy's camerawork accord this tale of a social climbing gold digger to pristine perfection.
The story focuses on the ascension of Nicole (Allen) from low class B-girl/hooker to the wife of a rich, but lonely widower (John Leslie). Her introduction comes by way of a play for pay scheme initiated by Annette Haven who, despite a cameo performance, looks lovelier than ever.
Were the story and production not so well-honed, one would be hard pressed to find fault with the exquisitely photographed sex that makes for some wild encounters between North/Leigh, North/East, and the underrated Kendal Marx and Randy West. Here, these volcanic encounters serve as sidebars to the main story and action, punctuating the plot and moving it along.
Forget everything you've heard about the declining quality of adult film. Caballero has proven that quality and quantity can co-exist in an X-rated feature. Bless them for trying. They've produced an unadulterated masterpiece that gives new hope to the genre that used to be referred to as Mature Pictures. A classy piece of filmmaking that will satisfy all comers. Excellent cover shot features Allen.