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Foreign Affairs

Foreign Affairs

Released Nov 01st, 1991
Running Time 67
Director Scotty Fox
Company Legend Video
Cast Tom Byron, Alexis DeVell, Jon Dough, Tracey Wynn, Melanie Moore, Stacey Nichols
Critical Rating AAA
Genre Feature

Rating


Reviews

The White House crowd can talk about a “new world order” all they want. Me, I’ll take “international relations” of the carnal kind as they’re displayed in the latest Scotty Fox-Cash Markman sexcapade, Foreign Affairs.

 

It’s a quick little ditty about a group of diplomats, spies and assorted hangers-on who are trapped together in an embassy building during a Middle East revolution and decide to do what anyone would do in similar life-threatening circumstances (that is, what they would do if they were in adult videos) – boff the night away. Mike Horner, sporting a well-done British accent (the bad accents become a running joke in the feature) takes top honors for the way he handles Japanese agent Stacey Nichols (don’t ask!) in a kitchen encounter, as well as a gardenside threesome with Tracey Wynn and Melanie Moore. Wynn is also featured in a very hot girl-girl session with Russian spy Alexis DeVell, an auburn-haired neophyte whose figure and manner suggest a future star in the making.

 

This wasn’t a lavishly made production, but director Fox makes good use of limited resources and keeps the sex coming to keep viewers happy (although the intercutting of three scenes was a bit much). With a talented cast who know what to do and the trademark humor that fills in those endless plot explanations, Foreign Affairs is worth a viewing.



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