Like so many women in the adult film biz, LOA blazed on to the scene, making more of an impression than most, and was soon gone. This movie was no doubt intended to be her piece de resistance, but like a lot of these flicks, it isn't as raunchy and spectacular as it wants to be and is too often ordinary. Still, a lot of people really liked her on-screen persona (and according to a Ron Jeremy interview I read, it was her off-screen one as well). And make no mistake, she does show off her most noted talents in abundance.
The highlight for me was a scene Annie did with Anne Cummings, the girlfriend of performer Johnny Nineteen (there's a dumb nom-de-porn for you). Ms. Cummings was not a performer herself, but while hanging around the set one day, got into the spirit of things and took the plunge. This was some years before the "reality porn" trend hit big.
This movie was shot on film; soon videotape would be used almost exclusively for adult releases.
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