I'm not sure just what the title of this feature means, but I do know that director Scotty Fox has turned writer Raven Touchstone's unique storyline into an entertaining and erotic sex show.
Eric Edwards and Rick Savage play an adult film writer and producer, respectively, who meet over lunch to discuss a new feature about a college sorority. For their imaginary characters, they choose people in the restaurant, who are then transported from one plotline to another as Edwards and Savage debate the story's outcome. This is an excellent premise for numerous sex scenes and one-liners (like Edwards describing restaurant patron Peter North as looking like a younger Eric Edwards) which leave the viewer both laughing and excited throughout the picture.
Blonde newcomer Sabrina Scott does well in her sex scenes, and shows camera presence by delivering her lines like a pro. Her first sexual encounter is a simulated missionary during a smoke-framed dream sequence, but the rest of her sex scenes are hardcore and generate some heat. Most of the sex, though, is standard, but is made more exciting by the settings Edwards and Savage dream up: the restaurant, a convertible on a deserted desert road, a college frat house, etc.
Touchstone's script is full of irony, and Fox works well with this bunch of relatively new talent to present a cohesive story. To the best of my knowledge, this is the first time such a scenario - where clothes and sexual partners can change with just a thought - has been used, and it works extremely well.