A beautiful rock singer, in need of some extra cash, poses for some sexy photos for a men's magazine, without telling her boyfriend. Mattes get complicated when she falls in love with the ... See full summary »

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Marty Korse ...
Condo
Diana Lynn Moltrup ...
Gloria (as Diana Lynn)
Smokey Huff ...
Joe (as Richard 'Smokey' Taylor)
Kate McBride ...
Iris
Howard Liebgot ...
Grapefruit
Sally Fennell ...
Cynthia Balboa
Judi Amber ...
Janus Silverstein
Karen Mac-Niven ...
Jeri
Terry Barna ...
Mary
James Fiducia ...
Max
Marve ...
Charla
Elodie McKee ...
Dominique
Monine Horn ...
Rachel
Timothy Paul ...
Gabe
A. Kimble Overbacher III ...
Tommy
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A beautiful rock singer, in need of some extra cash, poses for some sexy photos for a men's magazine, without telling her boyfriend. Mattes get complicated when she falls in love with the photographer who's taking the pictures. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Drama | Romance

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The writer, Lee Lankford, got so frustrated with the production, he demanded (in writing) that his screen credit be "Elossa Gib" (which reads Big Asshole backwards). Apparantly he felt he was a big asshole for taking the assignment as the shooting schedule was so intense. See more »

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18 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A partial list of the obvious problems with this movie:

* mic'ing poor during opening sequence; voices become louder/softer depending on direction of actor's head (toward/away from mic)

* opening credits hard to read (color/contrast)

* lousy, loud music during opening credits drowns out audio, including answering machine messages (are they important? we can't tell)

* the "look" of shots (light levels? calibration?) is inconsistent

* weird audio in the bus/gun scene, like another track is on FF play along with the native audio

* boom mic visible in several shots

The movie feels a lot like a porno movie, but (mostly) without the porn (there's some nudity in a few scenes and some implied sex, but no explicit activity). The result is a lackluster movie that definitely does not deserve a 5.9 rating, which it currently has. I was tempted to rate it a 3, but I gave it a 4 because somehow it did (as the other reviewer also said) hold my interest until the end, despite the plot being thin and cliché-ridden. Maybe it was just morbid curiosity, or maybe Monique Gabrielle does have some charisma to accompany her fabulous figure. It isn't due to acting prowess -- from anyone.

Frankly, I can't recommend this one to anybody, but if you're a fan of someone involved with it, just don't be expecting much, and hopefully you'll at least be entertained by the intentional and unintentional humor and foibles of this low-budget melodrama.


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