Ball Street, as one can only surmise, is based on Oliver Stone's recent film about corruption and inside trading in the stock market. Replacing Stone's dialogue about nefarious wheeling-dealings and crooked swindling are extended sex scenes.
The plot, as it is, is a confused pastiche about surveillance which eventually leads to a number of sequences involving voyeurism. Robert Bullock, Joey Silvera, Mike Horner and Billy Dee are involved in staking out some beautiful people who have been passing on insider trading information that's highly confidential.
The best roundelays feature Peter North and Jamie Summers in a straightforward one-on-one, that turns into a voyeuristic delight when Jacqueline Lorians looks on. Silvera, meanwhile gropes with "Agent Dykes" (Shauna McCullough) in the back of a stake-out van, after Tom Byron and Dykes steam up a hot tub.
Ball Street is no classic, but it is well-made, often scorching in erotic content and filled with pretty faces and foxy bodies.