Oui, Girls sets three horny couples out on a swinger’s weekend at the infamous Circle S Ranch in California for some sex, fun and mate-swapping.
The main focus of the film is on Anne Ventura and Paul Thomas, pretending to be married, but really only new-found friends. It seems that Anne is something of a novice when it comes to sex, while Paul is a bit of a Romeo. So Anne gets jealous when she finds Paul getting it on with Lisa DeLeeuw, who has come to the ranch with husband Michael Morrison. How Anne feels about Paul’s bed-hopping is one of the film’s main concerns.
There’s not much more to the plot other than the fairly typical mate-swapping angle. The sex is plentiful and the faces, for the most part, are familiar. Anne Ventura, of Bad Girls fame, gets top billing in the film and she is the best thing about it. She’s cute as a button (with a slight separation in her teeth), her buxom body is quite a treat, and her performance as Thomas’ virginal partner is believable.
Director F.J. Lincoln, who also handled Same Time Every Year and A Place Beyond Shame, keeps the action moving with few surprises. He likes to use slow motion to heighten the sex scenes and it works well.
There is, however, a sense of confusion about the film’s title, which really has nothing to do with the plot. Some viewers may think that several centerfolds from Oui magazine are featured in Oui, Girls. But that’s just not so. Don’t be too disappointed, though. Anne Ventura is a feast for the eyes.