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.