A great rule for producers shooting video features: If you’re going to limit your cast to five people, they’d better be good looking players who can act. Jacqueline follows this credo as the five members of this little morality play look great, act professionally, and perform with sexual vibrancy.
Buck Adams, for a reason never fully explained, jeopardizes his friendship with Shone Taylor (and chances Taylor’s personal relationship with fiancée Nikki Charm) when he entwines this naïve blonde in a game of sexual enticement. After setting Taylor up with gorgeous prostitute Tracey Adams, he calls Nikki Charm over a… let’s not spoil the ending.
Most of the sex in Jacqueline simmers. Shone Taylor and Nikki Charm really look like lovers in a bedroom sequence and Tracey Adams, when she finally beds Taylor, acts with the cold candor you’d expect from a prostitute. And Sheri St. Clair is her usual enthusiastic self as Tracey’s whore roommate who wildly screws handsome Buck Adams.
The tape is professionally shot in no-frills manner, with perhaps a few too many exterior shots of Tracey Adams’ home. But the crisp editing combines with a tight script and good sex, leading me to recommend Jacqueline for either couples (for the soap operatic story) or single men (since the sex really does cater to more typical male fantasies).