I had an imaginary friend once. Whenever I was lonely he was someone I could swim, run and talk with. Now after viewing The Vision I find I had the whole concept all wrong. Savannah plays the incredible product of a horny writer's imagination. There's some silly plot going on, but I missed it because I was still recovering from her two steamy action scenes. Savannah's body is a convincing argument proving not only that God does exist, but He's unquestionably and artist as well. However, when she opens her mouth to say in her cartoon-like voice lines like "This isn't right. You won't want to be with real girls," the viewer realizes Savannah is not a goddess, but rather just another great-looking blonde he'd like to sleep with. Fortunately, in America that's all you need for success. The rest of the cast is attractive, spirited and enjoyable to watch. Should be a steady renter.