Moana Lisa, in a new hairdo and color, narrates between scenes and tells us things like, "I bet yon still don't believe me." About what, Moana? She relates something about a café in Paris where the owners seem compelled to have sex in the middle of the place. Some of the segments — the obligatory Jaguar/Persia girl/girl segment (which should have been set in a cathousc) and the Samantha York/Joey Silvera one — have nothing to do with anything else. At least the show does live up to the "anal" of its title. Each of the five boy/girl scenes features backdoor action and is long enough that the viewer will not feel cheated. The opener between Sean Michaels and Lorrin Mick must be nearly 20 minutes in length. As a wall-to-waller, this feature will give the customer his money's worth and is a worthy addition to the huge list of anal shows released this year.