Dyanne Thorne hosts a desultory collection of loops entitled BEYOND FULFILLMENT, I guess the title ironically providing truth in advertising. This is meant as an "up yours" cheat for her fans. It's been reissued on Vol. 118 of Something Weird's Dragon Art Theatre series.
Director Chris Warfield, whose checkered career includes numerous straight roles as character actor and a mixed bag as porn director, merely slapped together a ton of stag loops, crudely dubbed these silent junkers with fake dialog, and hired Ms. Ilsa to front the package.
John Holmes stars in two of the segments, providing his long schlong for the wonderment of starlets Linda McDowell and the lovely Barbara Barton who dutifully munch on it and bring him to fruition. The Barton segment near the end of the film has the money shot repeated from two different angles to fool the sleepier members of the audience.
Having lots of loops means a long cast list, but it's very corny content here. The vignettes just aren't interesting: a guy hanging a wall painting, then servicing the nearby lady; three pretty girls having lesbian sex involving both a dildo and a strap-on, in a sequence ladled out in many segments to kill time throughout the latter part of the film; anal sex for a change of pace, presented without preamble or context; a guy reading poetry and then "Little Red Riding Hood" to a girl before shtupping her, etc.
Film's highlight comes when a girl gives her guy sex as a birthday present. She's notable as a fabulously nippled-specimen, covered in freckles, unidentified for the fans, and the blond guy has a huge dick, rivaling Holmes and actually capable of an erection. This anonymous porn player delivers two copious money shots in succession, at least giving the poor fans some semblance of their money's worth.
Thorne does look great, getting a half dozen costume changes, including a memorable jutting out-shot clad in a tight yellow sweater. Unfortunately she merely recites doggerel, never getting down or involved in the action - a typical cheat.
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