Synopsis by Karl Williams
The line between corporate and sexual politics gets blurred in this softcore erotic drama. Ken Steadman stars as Michael, a business executive who dumps his girlfriend Melody (Pamela Dickerson) because she's not sexually exciting enough. When he meets a new co-worker, Suzanne (Lisa Boyle), he senses an instant attraction, and he's thrilled when it develops that Suzanne is the dominatrix of his dreams and is as interested in playing kinky sex games as he is; however, Suzanne's former lover, Nick (James Dizazzo), should serve as a cautionary tale since he's slowly losing his grip on reality. Not one to heed common sense, Michael plunges headlong into a torrid affair with Suzanne marked by athletic bouts of sadism, masochism, and twisted psychology. When it develops that Suzanne is using her feminine wiles to get ahead in the workplace with a Japanese client at Michael's expense, their relationship devolves into a tug of war for control, culminating in Suzanne having Michael arrested on false rape charges and Michael attacking his onetime love. The film is followed by a sequel, I Like to Play Games Too (1998).
love, manipulation, passion, romance, self-confidence, sex
Low Artistic Quality, Low Production Values