Ambitious young woman wants to get into TV news. She borrows a small camera from a friend and obtains incriminating pictures that two former East German spies are after.Ambitious young woman wants to get into TV news. She borrows a small camera from a friend and obtains incriminating pictures that two former East German spies are after.Ambitious young woman wants to get into TV news. She borrows a small camera from a friend and obtains incriminating pictures that two former East German spies are after.
Ele Keats plays a young and ambitious camera operator named "Omy Clark" who wants to make a name for herself in film making. Her best friend, "Joule Iverson" (Corey Feldman) loves her dearly but cannot get her to return his romantic affections. One of the reasons for this involves a world-famous cameraman named "Flynn Dailey" (Brian Wimmer) who Omy idolizes. Wanting to work for him she convinces Joule to make a demo tape and proceeds to his studio to try to get him to look at it. While there, an attractive woman named "Lily Miller" (Sandahl Bergman) also comes around and tries to hire Flynn to make a porno tape of her and her husband "Raymond Miller" (Terry O'Quinn). Even though Flynn reluctantly agrees, Omy sees this as an opportunity to impress him and secretly plants a lipstick camera above the bed. What neither Omy nor Flynn realize is that Raymond doesn't know anything about the tape. Neither do Omy or Flynn realize that Raymond is an ex-Stassi assassin who is trying to keep a very low profile. At any rate, rather than divulge the rest of the story, I will just say that there are a few twists and turns that turn out to be quite interesting. While I enjoyed the surprising revelation at the end, I didn't necessarily like the way the film actually ended. Suffice to say, cold-blooded killers don't usually give a full confession to the only eyewitness to their crime. Another thing I didn't care for were the two sex scenes which I considered to be both dull and lifeless. In more ways than one. Be that as it may, I thought Brian Wimmer, Terry O'Quinn and Corey Feldman all gave decent performances. And while Ele Keats was definitely cute and used her beautiful smile for all it was worth, her acting was only average. Additionally, Sandahl Bergman's potential was essentially wasted due to her very limited role. In short, I liked this movie. But it could have been much better if the ending hadn't been so completely preposterous.
- Nov 4, 2012
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