Similar to the plot of Seduction Of Lana Shore, only in reverse, Keisha plays an actress who does “Mary Poppins roles” but is dying to bury her image by taking it before the cameras. Randy West, as the hardboiled cocksucker who heads the studio that has her under contract, knows precisely where his bread gets buttered, and thus establishes the conflict and all the jockeying for position that will be explored in a sequel to this feature.
But for now, the first installment of Body Music explores the many interesting facets of Keisha’s Rachel character –her relations to her agent Tom Byron, a lesbian love affair with friend Erica Boyer, and her self-examination and desire to grow up and become a real woman.
Whether the set design or colors were chose on purpose, they do suggest a certain industrial strength cold steel- gray that’s symbolic of all the barriers people establish and those which Keisha must penetrate to satisfy her wants. Nifty little T & A moves are worked beautifully into the sex scenes; when was the last time you remember a camera allowed to dwell up and down a body and appreciate it for its aesthetic beauty? The Keisha/Erica Boyer love scene is by for one of the best girl-girl seduction scenarios you’ll run across as it’s sparkled with wit, small talk an utterly plausible concept, and sensitivity. Stunning in its rendition!
Body Music is a better-than-solid entry in the couples market… It’s something you’ve simply got to share. Keisha looks nice on box cover.