"Staying On Top" is another film of the soft-core erotica genre. I liked this film, although I have seen better. The acting was generally good considering the genre.
Not many people care about the plots of films like this one, but here it is. A new, young advertising executive, Katherine Phillips, is put in charge of a new account. However her supervisor, Cindy La Conte, takes the account away from her. Ms. La Conte wants the account all to herself. Ms. Phillips quits her job from the frustration, but there's a problem. The new account specifically wanted her to do the work, not Ms. La Conte. If the head of the firm finds out that Katherine Phillips quit her job, Cindy La Conte will be out of a job. If things weren't bad enough for Katherine, she finds out that her boyfriend has been cheating on her. Can Katherine Phillips survive Ms. La Conte's schemes while dealing with the emotional turmoil of her love life? Better yet, can she succeed with her dreams?
Ah, who cares? With a gag character name like "La Conte" for the evil female villain, this film is clearly as deep as a baby pool. However, it's not supposed to be deep. This is a film that couples can watch if they're feeling up to "stimulating" entertainment.
Now here's the deal. Six scenes are straight male-to-female scenes, one scene is a one-female-shower scene, and another scene is a one-female massaging-two-other-females then-getting-it-on-with-the-third-female scene. There are three male actors and six female actresses that grace these scenes. Some don't look that good, but most do. Holly Sampson is always great, and Sasha Rochelle was great too.
It's good. If this sort of thing is your bag, check it out.
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