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Steven is a self-obsessed man who seduces a lot of women. When his girlfriend gets pregnant he tells her to get out of his life. After a car accident, Steven dies and comes to heaven. But his punishment is to return to Earth as Stephanie and he can only return to heaven if he can fall in love with a man just like Steven. Written by
I'm a fan of Roberta Findlay's erotic films (never liked her horror efforts), and ANGEL ON FIRE is an entertaining one. Not breaking new ground like some of her more notable pictures (see ANYONE BUT MY HUSBAND), but quality, tongue-in-cheek feminist porn.
Concept is simple -see the creepy guy get his comeuppance, in this case forced to live on Earth as a woman after dying and given a dubious second chance by a heavenly angel. But arousing XXX sex scenes and a tight control over the material make this at least as much fun as the latest umpteenth copy of HERE COMES MR. JORDAN (I'm expecting it to be a Jackie Chan vehicle next time out).
Darby Lloyd Rains, once among the reigning goddesses of NY hardcore, is convincing and even plaintive at times portraying the reincarnation of our womanizer. Alan Marlowe as the creep is pretty one-note, and Jamie Gillis is embarrassingly dull as the villain who gives Darby the required hard time that is her inherited punishment. The original title character Angel #9 is well-played by Findlay's regular thesp Jennifer Jordan (who the clown that writes Something Weird's liner note hype insists on calling "Barbara Jordan"). Both Marc Stevens, as the guy who runs over Marlowe, and Eric Edwards, as Angel #10, go through their in & out paces.
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