Andy Warhol certainly influenced much of Adult Cinema since the earliest days of features at the end of the '60s, and this okay release shows both his technique and ethos.
It features a lovely blonde Susan Presley in the lead model role, and not coincidentally she launches into improvised monologs, reminiscent of those by Warhol superstars like Viva or Ultra Violet, extolling the sexiness of Elvis, as well as boasting about her modeling career.
But the modeling here is XXX, shooting spreads for men's magazines, and the girls would love to graduate to mainstream assignments, a parallel for the world of movie porn vs. Hollywood. A Black advertising exec figures prominently, sampling the young white girls after laying an obviously phony line on them.
Manhattan atmosphere including romantic strolls through Central Park give the movie a certain charm, but its no-name cast is not impressive during this Porno Chic period. Annie Sprinkle is the only name talent in a brief role.
Soundtrack is littered with pirated AM Radio hits, including "Be My Baby", the Isley Bros.' original 'Twist & Shout", Dion's "The Wanderer", "Great Balls of Fire", "Rock 'n Roll Is Here to Stay" and "The Girl Can't Help It".
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