A lonely businessman's wife finds her sexual needs met by turning tricks for her tennis instructor. This feature is well produced and written; they were serious about making more than a '70s stag film. The acting is solid and natural, and we weren't expecting the surprise ending at all! Besides the lighting being a bit dark at times, technically, it all worked.
Mitchell stars as the wife, whose best sex scene occurs with a teenage runaway; in a firelight lit room she softly takes his virginity. She also gets a bit of girl-on-girl with Sync, another housewife hooker. Most of the sex is rather relaxed in tempo and energy, except for her scene with Short, a senator with an ice-cream sundae fetish, which was just silly, but we were laughing along with the actors, not at them.
Retailing: Couples will enjoy this feature blast from the past.