Before and during the opening credits, the story is completely
set up for some plot-driven couples
erotica. Francis Cobert is being staked nearly naked to the ground
in the desert, and he begins to explain how he got there.
In the first flashback, Kira Reed is doing a rather nasty Mafia type,
and as she leaves, she steals his ring and cufflinks. We learn
that Kira and Cobert have intertwined fates.
They work for the same Russian Mafia type, who in turn answers to
the man who lost his ring. Cobert's immediate
boss decides to send him to LA to deliver Kira to the big boss in
his prize possession, a car. Kira starts off in the trunk, but before you know it Cobert is
in Kira, and having all sorts of unhealthy thoughts. Kira
eventually takes off with the
car, and Cobert hitches to the next town in pursuit.
Meanwhile, Mia Zottoli
also works for the Russian, but has ambition, and makes her own cash
deal with the big man to deliver the ring. The plot will
eventually bring all the principal characters together, but not
before lots of hanky-panky.
This is a very solid genre entry. There are four
well-known women completely naked in good light having simulated
sex. There is also a nifty story, and very good acting by genre
If you are not familiar with our grading system, you need to
explanation, because the grading is not linear. For example, by
our definition, a
C is solid and a C+ is a VERY good movie. There are very few Bs
and As. Based on our descriptive system, this film is a: