Synopsis by Robert Firsching
This empty erotic thriller wastes its gorgeous cast with a skimpy and unbelievable screenplay by director Ellyn Michaels. The paltry plot concerns Rebecca Hensley (Amy Rochelle), heiress to a prosperous lingerie catalog, and her philandering husband Jonathan (Michael Baci), who sleeps with all of the models. Fashion editor Gwen (Lauren Hays), who is also sleeping with Jonathan, convinces Rebecca to help her poison him and dump his body in a ravine. The usual double-crosses and plot twists ensue, while Rebecca has strange nightmares (most involving sex) and locks a would-be hitman (Christopher Bennett) in her basement as a personal stud. By the end of the film, Michaels abandons credibility altogether, throwing in sex scenes willy-nilly, staging catfights in a swimming pool, and asking the audience to believe that mannish police detective Elaine (Brenda Stone) began her career as a lingerie model. Other than the copious attractive skin on display, including Rochelle and pretty Avalon Anders as a prospective cover model, the film is eminently forgettable, even in the steamy unrated version.
double-cross, escapades, heir, hitman, husband, lingerie, modeling, murder, nightmare, poison, sex