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Little Miss Innocence

Little Miss Innocence

Released May 01st, 1987
Running Time 90
Director David McCabe
Company Caballero
Cast Vicki Drake, Eric Edwards
Critical Rating A 1/2
Genre Feature



Little Miss Innocence is a full feature that should have been a short. I generally like Sheri St. Clair and Eric Edwards, but here either they had lousy material or were just uninterested. (I think it was both). When there are only three characters in a video and they're all dull, well, even my TV keeps shifting into the sleep/turn off mode all by itself.

The plot is weak: two girls just happen to get out of a Cadillac in a wealthy neighborhood, pick a house which just happens to be owned by a single guy and "crash" — they never leave. One wants to lose her virginity, and both want to "screw a guy to death." So, they have sex with him again and again and again and again and again and again . . . Ninety minutes! In the middle, Eric Edward's character says, "All I want is some sleep." I couldn't agree with him more.

But wait, perhaps I'm being too harsh. Maybe this is an "art" movie like Andy Warhol's nine-hour epic showing just a woman sleeping. Do you think? Nah!

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