Let's see; according to Terego's List of Overused Adult Film Plot Cliches, number seven is "new perfume, cologne or deodorant makes wearer irresistible to opposite sex." That Paris Burning is able to rise above a pedestrian story to become a generally exciting feature is a tribute to star Victoria Paris and the rest of the cast.
Fragrance maven Paris and assistant Blake Palmer hire a trio of "test foxes" (Bionca, Aja, Fe Fe) to see if their new scene does indeed have aphrodisiac properties. And does it ever, as the girls easily seduce and abandon Don Juan ballplayer Randy West, married bartender Axel Horn, and the not-quite-as-gay-as-he-thought Jerry Butler. Mission accomplished, they return to the office for a payoff that becomes a four-way orgy 9quite a payoff for lucky Palmer). While what we've seen to this point has been good, this well-handled foursome ends Paris Burning with the sizzler it needs. Not a barn-burner, but more than enough here to raise a few temperatures. A sparkling box cover helps.