Carol (Rebecca Brooke) is a young happily married New Yorker, who enjoys being part of a swinging foursome with her husband and a befriended couple. One day Carol's widowed mother (Jennifer Welles) comes to stay in their house, but she is more on the conservative side and doesn't know about her partner-swapping daughter. Could she ever open up to this sexually open lifestyle? Written by
Mama, I can tell you now. I'm a very hot, horny girl. I discovered that in high school. After I married Eddie and we moved here...
Wasn't he... horny enough for you?
Yes, Mama. He's ready at the drop of a pair of panties. The day Anna and Pete moved in next door, Pete began to drop in, while Eddie was at work. It was nice, very nice. 'Til Eddie walked in on us one day.
What did they do? Fight over you?
No. It was very civilized. We called Anna in and told her. Then we decided that, since we ...
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A Joe Sarno Classic featuring Jennifer Welles at her best!
First saw this gem from Joe Sarno way back when, and I must say that after seeing it, I could never forget Jennifer Welles. At first I thought the film was moving a bit slower than i would expect for a Sarno film, but when Jennifer made her entrance, the first time I ever saw her anywhere, I was sat up and took notice. Her presence in this film is hard to avoid, and spices up every scene she's involved in. I've seen most of the rest of Sarno's films, and the other films starring or featuring Jennifer Welles, and I must say that this was both Sarno and Jennifer at their collective best. Sarno's direction in this film of domestic adult drama is superb, and Jennifer showed (figuratively and literally) an acting prowess that make this a must see. Co-stars Rebecca Brooke (aka Mary Mendum) and Chris Jordan, both frequent co-stars of Ms. Welles, and also frequent stars of Sarno's work, turn in believable performances as a pair of adventurous, yet normal housewives. This film is Sarno classic.
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