Marcus London and his wife Devon Lee appear separately, humping other folk, in London's perfunctory Penthouse Video exercise "The Perfect Fantasy". In epistolary annals its a non-starter.
From Penthouse "Letters" division, each vignette is introduced by a short letter written by one of the protagonists, with mainly period pieces presented. But auteur London loses his way, and it doesn't add up to much.
London does the voice-over narration (his familiar British-accented delivery is immediately recognizable), but the character he's speaking as turns out to be another actor entirely: Jack Logan as captain of an ill-fated ocean liner modeled after the "Titanic".
London does get to act in an odd segment as what looks like a Roman warrior (out of his later movie "Spartacus MMXII"), felled by an uncredited opponent with a bow & error in the intro. His queen, perhaps a Cleopatra, writes the letter and we get fantasy sex with him and Wicked Pictures superstar Mikayla Mendez.
Another segment set in the '50s stars a red Caddy convertible, inside of which Voodoo humps Ruby Knox. They get actual character names (referred to in the narrated letter recitation): Johnny and Amber, but this series of vignettes is short on characterization.
Devon Lee is saved for the finale, as London presents his lady severely styled as she watches her husband hanging out with a striking blonde, resembling Savanna Samson (there are no credits listed for the NonSex extras). To retaliate for this infidelity, Lee humps a stud of her own choosing: sexy Niko. She videotapes the whole session, playing to the camera during sex, and the feature ends with a mournful shot of her husband watching the show, her revenge.
I took this as a far from subconscious reflection of the real-life "infidelity" of auteur London and his wife Devon, having both chosen a profession where infidelity is how one earns a living, unless you have one of those cushy exclusivity relationships like Sandra Scream and her hubby Woody Long did. By the way, read IMDb's mini bio & trivia on Woody and see how his short-term great good fortune (married to Scream and later the great Celeste) was followed by a case of horrendous bad luck.
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