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I had seen this film when it first came out on video and then my local store had the new DVD so I rented it. I had a fun time!!!! Julie Strain plays a role and plays it in a manner that is so different from her other roles that it was a pleasant surprise. There is some interesting action and some great "r" sex with Juile and Joette. You can see the director's sense of humor like in the casting. For the main guy photographer (David Michie) he chose a short actor. So when Julie Strain Character is hitting on him you are wondering why would a good looking tall lady like her hit on this guy...then later in some above avg writing for these kind of flixs, we find out. Chris Mitchum use to play in a lot of low budget films and he is not the personality his dad was but never the less some people put him. Joe Estevez was a pleasant suprise as he could do some acting. All in all I mean hey when you can see Juile Strain at her prime what is there to complain about...the direction and the cinematography and the music score put this film above the usually pack of low budget T&A films. Also there is a neat interview with Julie Strain and one with the Director.. thumbs up
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