The story opens with Tracy not in heaven, but in purgatory. If you thought that Tracy would be played by Traci Lords 9I did), you're wrong. She's played by Gina Valentino, who is strong in the sack, but lacking in thespian skills. Purgatory, as it turns out for Tracy, is a place where you go, are greeted by a young man, engage in some casual coitus, and return to Earth to mend your sordid way. Strange, yes, but who ever said that metaphysics would be otherwise.
Tracy's sordid terrestrial ways include her incestuous involvements with brother Marc Wallace and mother Jacqueline Lorians. This proves to be a rather loving and giving ménage-a-family, with hot and varied pairings through the feature.
The antagonist of this immortality play is none other than the ubiquitous Traci Lords, who plays the stuck-up-bitch cousin Monica with alarming conviction. As the story progresses, she and Tracy have aspirations for the same boy (Tom Byron), and the enigmatic workings of fate are set in motion.
The shot-on-video medium does little for Traci Lords – she's just another beautiful face, here. Still, an admirable performance is given in a lesser role and some strong sex scenes are delivered. All in all. Tracy in Heaven is a fairly good tape with lots of good sex, marred only by dramatic pretensions, an oblique plot and sometimes muffled audio.