When Sam Taylor (Rodney Scott) meets Lisa Wayne (Joan Severance), he experiences every 18-year old guy's ultimate fantasy: no-strings-attached sex with a beautiful, uninhibited older woman.... See full summary »
When Sam Taylor (Rodney Scott) meets Lisa Wayne (Joan Severance), he experiences every 18-year old guy's ultimate fantasy: no-strings-attached sex with a beautiful, uninhibited older woman. However, as the summer between high school and college wears on, Sam learns that when it comes to sex there are always strings attached. Sam unwittingly becomes a pawn in Lisa's twisted emotional game. Written by
I don't know why the previous commenter didn't like it, but then again, he has not seen Backlash and Contract Killers. Those films were awful given their $300k budget, this one did draw me in to the character's desires and actions.
It is not the best shot film, but the want of Lisa is clear, and she plays it on the edge. The conflict needed more development, the climax is not that suspenseful, but I liked Joan's acting she pulled it off, given the low low budget production that it had.
Given the look of the film, and the poor sound, the best part was the she was in to her role and Corben's character was against his type, which worked well for me. In fact, I liked his character. He always plays these over the top but this time he was believably low key. I'd like to have him in my project, and this role was well done.
I didn't expect any thing from this film and thus it worked well for me. As long as I was emotionally pulled in to the character's desires, I would say that the film worked, and so did this.
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