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Sean Kenney ... Ralph (as Evan Steele)
Ann Perry ... Donna (as Ann Myers)
Neal Bishop
Debbie Osborne ... Sally Howard (as Deborah Osborne)
T.E. Brown
Lisa Goodman
Kathy Hilton ... Party Guest in Cotton Dress (as Kathie Hilton)
Maria Arnold ... Maria (as Marie Arnold)
Jack King ... Uncle
Marsha Jordan ... Party Guest in Orange
Steve Moon
Casey Larrain ... Party Guest in Boots
Ralph Dale
Nancy Freese
Karen Hutt
Patti Mendosa
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Uschi Digard ... Laura (uncredited)
Erika ... Blonde Party Guest / Picnicker (uncredited)
Neola Graef ... Party Guest in Glasses (uncredited)
Ruthann Lott ... Party Guest in Red (uncredited)

Directed by
Ronald Víctor García  (as Ron Garcia)
Writing credits
Ronald Víctor García (written by) (as Ron Garcia)

Produced by
Paul Hunt .... producer
Harry H. Novak .... producer
Phillip Yankowitz .... executive producer
Cinematography by
Paul Hunt  (as H.P. Edwards)
Film Editing by
Ronald Víctor García  (as Rahn Vickery)
Makeup Department
Tony De Marco .... hair stylist
Gordon Freed .... makeup artist: women
Dennis Marsh .... makeup artist
Production Management
Ben Michaels .... production manager
Art Department
Nelson Cooper .... set constructor
Sound Department
Kevin Foggarty .... boom operator
Jan Kopetsky .... production sound
Camera and Electrical Department
Ralph Dale .... electrician
Richard Eisman .... director of lighting
Steve Moon .... key grip
Other crew
Ruby Sheehan .... continuity

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89 min | Germany:72 min
Color (Eastmancolor)
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11 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
Surrealist, soft-core porn, 9 September 2004
Author: lazarillo from Denver, Colorado and Santiago, Chile

In "Boogie Nights" Burt Reynold's porno director character has this hilarious monologue where he talks about his "dream" of making a porno film that people will sit and watch to the end even after they have. . . (well, see "Boogie Nights" if you haven't). Anyway, this is one of those rare movies. In fact, I'm sure most of the porn addicts out there would probably hate it because it's too flat-out weird to really be very erotic. But I actually admire sex movies that have the guts NOT to be the same old boring "erotic" crap. If you have seen and enjoyed "Cafe Flesh", "The Devil in Miss Jones",and "Let My Puppets Come" (the first and, to my knowledge, only hardcore porno puppet movie) you'll probably appreciate this film . On the other hand, if you're the type that eagerly lines up every week for the latest Jenna Jameson shot-on-video sex opus, don't bother.

First, about the plot--there is no plot. And that's good. There is nothing more annoying than when a movie like this tries to have plot. Imagine you have an hour and half or so to kill, but every five or ten minutes you have to have sex for five or ten minutes, you probably wouldn't get much done in that time, and you certainly wouldn't develop much as a character (especially if you were being played by your average porn star who couldn't act his or her way out of a crisp paper sack). This movie is ineptly made in some ways. Obviously, the dubbing is terrible (porno movies are dubbed?--who knew). But the best you can hope for in a movie like this is a lot of interesting scenes, and this movie has them in spades. What I enjoyed most about this movie was the cinematography (not surprisingly the director worked mainly as a cinematographer), and the truly unique dream-like atmosphere it creates. This isn't a pedestrian sex fantasy--it's a cross between a warped wet dream and a really, really strange nightmare. It's basically a surrealist soft-core porno movie.

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