This entirely forgettable foray into a "loop mentality" has several disconnected scenes with a wrap-around story. We'd tell you who does the worst job, but someone seems to have figured that out in advance and left off the credits.
Paul McCoy plays an artist who's painting a portrait of his nude model and tells her a few hot stories in the process... like how Leonardo DaVinci bagged the real Mona Lisa, and how El Greco boffed the Queen of Spain. Whew; I don't know about you, but all that historical stuff gets me real horny. This "foreplay" accomplished, look out for some bedroom scenes with Cal Jammer, who slams a slim blonde before she can even get out of her sneakers. The follow-up is a girl/girl vibrator session, then Jake Steed gets to do a little body painting. Only Trixie Tyler's professionalism saves her scene from the dumper, and finally McCoy and his model get it on ... leaving the viewer to wonder why we waited for it anyway?