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ESP: Extra Sexual Perception (1998)

Damon is a down-on-his-luck commercial photographer scratching for every mundane, boring job he can get just to survive. To underscore his plight we see him shooting publicity photos of a business woman with dental braces as we are introduced to him at the story's beginning. To make matters worse his live-in girlfriend announces that she is moving back in with her parents. He hooks up with an art... See full summary »

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Steven Boe ...
Damon Bradshaw (as Steven Curtis Boe)
Jan Fawcett ...
Laura, gallery owner
Leah Kourtne Ballantine ...
Kerry, gallery employee (as Kourtne Ballentine)
John Sarkisian ...
Mob boss
Julie Ann Heck ...
Woman with newspaper
Lorissa McComas ...
Monica
Angela Roscoe ...
Monica's sister
Sondra St. Cyr ...
Erica
John Ashley ...
Tom, Damon's agent
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Rich woman
Michael Altan ...
Rich man
Boogerman ...
Pimp
Luis Medina ...
Ricky, mobster
Robert Gonzales ...
Large latino gangster
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Damon is a down-on-his-luck commercial photographer scratching for every mundane, boring job he can get just to survive. To underscore his plight we see him shooting publicity photos of a business woman with dental braces as we are introduced to him at the story's beginning. To make matters worse his live-in girlfriend announces that she is moving back in with her parents. He hooks up with an art gallery owner who fulfills both his sexual and professional needs, at least temporarily. Then comes his epiphany: he realizes that when he looks through the lens of his camera, he sees not only the sexy model who is there, but also her ultimate goals and aspirations that she doesn't know, herself. Will his newfound "extra sexual perception" play into a plan to get his old live-in lover back, or will he be happy in the gallery owner's bed? Written by mjstock

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Sexy Amateur Video Posing as a B-movie...
29 November 2003 | by (Kansas City USA) – See all my reviews

In the opening scene one gets the unmistakable feel of a home movie. Does anybody here remember "Super 8mm film?" So much for the cinematography. Most of the characters are overdone stereotypes, beginning with Damon Bradshaw (Steven Curtis Boe who is portrayed in the sleaziest possible manner as the out-of-luck artist. The gangster characters, as portrayed, would bring a grin to the face to any real self-respecting crook. The dialog used to portray the street characters makes the grunts of the WWF sound Shakespearean. How many ways can we say "overdone?"

If you can buy into the "ESP" gimmick (see the plot summary), the plot has possibilities. Requirements of a plot in this genre are, of course, minimal. It just has to create some semi-plausible occasions for a beautiful woman to take off her clothes and perhaps simulate copulation with some other scantily-clothed person of either gender. ESP makes good on this expectation. Lorissa McComas (as Monica) and Sage Kirkpatrick (as the unnamed exotic dancer) are the more experienced providers of the nude scenes, although their roles are small. With half a dozen other actresses, whose names you probably do not know nor will long remember, chipping in to do their parts, there is no shortage of exposed female skin.


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