Five husbands, five ex-wives, five anonymous stories during poker night. They are seducing construction workers, being raped by a hygienist and a dentist, seducing guys in a porno theater, being a dominatrix and a would-be porn star.
A woman goes into an antique shop to buy furniture, and notices a large mirror, which the owner refuses to sell, claiming that it's possessed. She persuades him to let her borrow it for a ... See full summary »
Wanda Brandt is a shrewd corporate takeover engineer. She plots to seize control of the most stable financial investment firm on Wall Street by sexually blackmailing all the corporate stockholders out of their holdings. Things get complicated for Wanda as the company president hires an investigator to determine the cause of the sudden instability of the stock. Wanda must seek help from her prior company's secretary and a stockbroker to achieve her objective. Written by
There's just something about porn in the 80s and 70s that is much more appealing than modern porn films. The story lines were actually given some thought to and the sex is just so much more realistic. You don't get the pumped up breasts and muscle bound guys who bonk for hours and hours like you get today, which quite frankly bores me no end. Back in the olden days, you get "normal" people acting in porn...attractive genuine women and average guys (skinny mostly with average penises) having sex in real life times ie 20 seconds to about 3 mins (yes it is only that long whether you want to admit it or not!). So this film offers a lot of that and I find it a lot more arousing than most porn that I've seen.
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