Suspecting foul play, Kay Egan goes undercover to work in a suspicious sex clinic where her sister went to therapy before killing herself. And Kay is not the only one watching the sinister married couple who runs the place.
John Henry Richardson,
A woman attempts suicide when she suspects her husband doesn't love her and is having an affair. Now she's wheelchair-bound, and her husband, who indeed doesn't love her and is having an ... See full summary »
Fred Olen Ray
A sex farce about a woman with an infertile husband who is desperate to get pregnant. She enlists the help of her neighbor and an in-law. Meanwhile her husband begins an affair with the ... See full summary »
Sheena grew up in the African wild, raised by a mystical witch woman. When her foster mother is framed for a murder Sheena is forced to flee, helped by her ability to talk to animals and her knowledge of the jungle.
A young musician with a talent for all things electrical spies on his sexy neighbor with a penchant for skinny dipping in the pool in broad daylight and her obviously violent husband. He is so violent that in the opening sequence he murders a man for talking with his mouth full of food. As the soft-core sex film advances, she gets involved sexually with the much younger man, all the while luring him into a trap involving the murder of her husband.Written by
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Lisa Rhoden, who never read for the part, never played the part, and has absolutely nothing to do with the film, is nevertheless credited as Holly. It is believed that the credits were prepared with reference to an old casting sheet or potential talent listing from the film's pre-production period. See more »
You just talked with your mouth full - don't ever do that again.
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Good dialogue and character development; Lessons for screenwriters
Since the script for this film was a runner up in the Nichol Fellowship in Screenwriting Competition (among eight chosen from 2,888 entries), it's too bad that the production values do not match the caliber of the writing. The film, however, should not go to waste for this; there are many lessons to be learned. Clearly, for example, aspiring writers and directors will want to avoid the producers of the film, who no doubt turned a good script into a rather raunchy Tanya Roberts fan club flick. It shows what Hollywood can do to good work. There are other lessons to be gleaned: the dialogue and character development do shine through, which is probably why the film won't work for those interested only in seeing Tanya in the raw. The film straddles the offbeat and the soft porn, probably to the point of turning off both of their respective audiences. The film is also a good study for aspiring writers and directors on creating a script for a low-budget first film.
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