This was typical for a Shannon Tweed movie in that the basic components were several beautiful naked women, frequently love scenes, a little bit of a story line, and some acting.
On the other hand, this one did stand out with the utilization of a guitar-strumming narrator, and use of some old-fashioned text narrative, which added a tongue-in-cheek flavor.
With a good, judicious use of humor (particularly in one of the early love scenes), this could definitely be classified as a mellow-drama, which I consider a strong point in its favor - it didn't take itself seriously!
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