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Sexeo (1985)

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A magical porn tape hooks Keith with his wife Celia, Celia with friend Monica, Monica with her husband Robert, Keith's son and Robert with Keith's daughter, Monica with Keith's son. Keith and Robert then swing with Celia and Monica.

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Blake Palmer ...
Keith
Rick Savage ...
Robert
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Celia (as Header Wayne)
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Keith's Daughter
Robin Cannes ...
Monica (as Heady Lamars)
Billy Joe Fields ...
Greg
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Greg is a porn store's clerk who narrates through a series of events that occur when Keith takes a porn tape called Sexeo, that promises to cause his wife Celia to sleep with him. Alas, Celia finds it so mesmerizing that she shows it to her friend Monica and a lesbian encounter follows. Keith's son and daughter then find the tape and it causes them to sleep with each other. Keith's friend Robert eventually joins in. Robert then uses it with his wife Monica, who later on sleeps with Keith's son. The two couples - Keith and Celia and Robert and Monica - then conduct a private swinger party. Written by Anonymous

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Of the times - for better or worse
24 September 2011 | by See all my reviews

A simple concept - a small group of characters (spouses, friends, etc.) get into it after exposure to a sexy tape. Add in a soundtrack that combines a hilarious Sexeo theme, Atari video game noises, and a whinnying horse, and you have a few chuckles. But some of the scenes are actually hot. The opening scene with Blake Palmer and Heather Wayne is very natural and easy to be caught up in. This is true for all of the scenes featuring the 2 main couples. There's a certain playfulness and an everyday sense of humor - like when Robin Cannes is blathering about tabloid stories and Rick Savage humors her. Or the running joke of Savage describing the sex tape ("oh there will be some kissing, some amourousness"; "it's not X-rated...it's XXX-rated"). The last scene, swapping the two couples, could have been longer, and given better angles than the two sets on separate couches, but does show the chemistry between the core cast.

If there's any real drag on the film, beyond the states-the-obvious narrator, it's the pointless inclusion of an "incest" theme. I assume this was done because this was all the rage in '80s porn, but it really doesn't work here. For one thing, the two characters have one scene, and you wouldn't even know they were related if a voice-over didn't tell you. You don't expect realism, by any means, but the guy who plays the "son" actually looks older than Blake Palmer! Wasn't Tom Byron available? Fortunately their silly coupling is improved when Rick Savage sees them and joins in. The idea of a man with his best friend's daughter is something which could have been developed further, but the one quick scene between them works great, thanks to Savage and Bunni Bleu. I would call Savage the MVP of this film - he fits effortlessly into the idea of a sleazy middle-class suburb sexcapade, he's a decent enough actor to make a paper thin story work, and he has tons of chemistry with every woman in the film.


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