I hate to say it, but this feature is going to anger an awful lot of right-thinking people. The show has two things going for it: very pretty, talented ladies, and a unique (at least, for adult video) approach to staging. Our first clue that something interesting may be about to happen occurs during the opening credits. Each of the stars gets a couple of minutes, in character, to “confess” her deepest feelings about being a woman in the 80’s. But here also is where the story starts to go downhill. It’s not that the women don’t have some valid complaints – which most of us have heard time and again, and certainly this movie isn’t going to change anyone’s view on the subject – but the valid issues are so intermingled with what can only be called pseudo-feminist claptrap that it becomes almost painful to watch.
Fortunately, what isn’t painful to watch is these beautiful ladies getting it on with a couple of studs and with each other. But don’t look for too much action here. Far too much time is taken up by consciousness-raising sessions led by the show’s big-name star, Kay Parker. And don’t look for Kay’s award-winning sexual performance: there isn’t any. My feeling, though, is that this is more than made up for by some of the other actresses. Sheri St. Clari may be a relative newcomer, but after seeing her here, I’m going to be on the lookout for anything else she’s in. And redhead Jacqueline Lorians is no slouch either.
There are only 2 hetero couplings here; the girl/girl action is much more prevalent, and if that’s your taste, you’ll love the all-girl orgy at the end. But to really enjoy the show, you’ll have to turn off your social conscience.