|Released||Apr 01st, 1992|
|Company||Sin City Entertainment|
|Cast||Jeanna Fine, Barbara Madison, Debi Diamond, Bianca Trump, Wayne Summers, Anastasia (I), Shauna Stevens, Sikki Nixx, Monique Hall, Buck Adams, Mike Ribner, T.T. Boy, Debbi Vaile, Tracey Adams|
This film centers around a fat wheelchair-bound doctor who specializes in treating sexual problems - sort of an Ironside for the dysfunctional. Patient Karen Moon has two personalities—a waking frigid one (Debbi Vaile) and a sleeping/hypnotized predatory one ("Sharon", well-played by Debi Diamond). The doc explores the valleys of her psyche; hence the film's title. Along the way, we are made privy to her hypnotic dreams, and to those of others, including Jeanna Fine, who won't give head to husband Buck Adams. Her sequence with Sikki Nixx comes nearest to being decently paced. By contrast, Tracey Adams' scene crawls along at the same tempo as the not-very-interesting "mood music" soundtrack.
Mention must be made of a very talented newcomer, Shauna Stevens, who portrays the doctor's secretary. She's attractive both in and out of clothing, and her sex scene is one of the best.
Most of the sex is average to slightly above, including the gang bangs, with no dialogue from the participants; the only connection between them being the doctor's "hypnotic spell". Also, the scene with Bianca Trump and Monique Hall being rogered outside the bar is much too short. Disregard the cast lists on both the box and the tape; I'm assured by Someone Who Knows that the above credits cover every player of importance. Despite its various faults, this is a Feature Film and should be pointed out to those customers who crave celluloid and attractive new faces. Worth stocking in your store.