An accomplished photographer catches a hostile man on film who turns out to be a dirty cop in this erotic thriller. A photograph from Carol's recent shoot reveals a threatening man ...
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An accomplished photographer catches a hostile man on film who turns out to be a dirty cop in this erotic thriller. A photograph from Carol's recent shoot reveals a threatening man harassing a woman in his car. Suspicious, Carol enlarges the photo and brings it to her friend, a novice police officer, who in turn passes it to her boss. The police captain realizes the man is a detective on the force named Childs and warns him of his behavior. But Childs is out for revenge, putting Gina, Carol and others into harm's way. Written by
Imagine the 1966 film, Blowup stripped of all artistry, panache and creativity, then you will probably end up with something like Lessons in Love, or Touch me Tonight 3: Lessons in Love, as it is called in the UK. Glamour photographer (how handy is that in an erotic film?) Carol, (Beverly Lynne) believes she has inadvertently captured on film a possible homicide, or at least something suspicious. Along with her on/off (sometimes he's on top, sometimes she's on top) boyfriend, Jackson, (Glen Meadows) they investigate for themselves as the police investigation stalls. Jackson though, has his own private interests and even though lives are in danger, nothing gets in the way of steamy sex.
The film starts with a steamy photo shoot and Carol has some steamy sex scenes. There are also two lesbian scenes, three if you count the caressing and groping pole-dancing scene. They are all soft-core with backing music. For me, the worst scene takes place on a couch with the camera circling the couch as if on a circular rail-track. It probably was. The film looked to be a series of sex scenes with a halfhearted plot to join them all together and the ending was an anti-climax to say the least. This is not one that I will be watching again in a hurry.
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