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  • This softcore film has an interesting premise, but it turns out to be a bit too ambitious for the screenwriters and lead actress and turns into a boring mess.

    Plot: Through circumstances and choices, two identical twins, one a glamorous stripper and the other a conservative English teacher, end up switching lives for a week. Unfortunately, the story contains too much that is implausible or just doesn't make sense. There's logic errors, continuity problems, and way too many cases of a character's personality doing a 180 degree turn, sometimes for no reason. Crises pop up out of nowhere, and then get resolved just as quickly in not very believable fashion. And for an exciting premise, there's way too much boring dialogue.

    Sex: The simulated sex scenes are OK, mostly average or somewhat better, but nothing great. There's plenty of simulated oral, one girl on girl scene, and one scene where a couple do it in the back seat while another person watches from the front seat, but there's certainly nothing terribly "kinky". Overall, the seven sex scenes are a little lackluster and are shorter than average, leaving way too much screen time for that terrible mess of a plot. And my biggest complaint... there's not a single sex scene in the last 16 minutes of the film (yes, I went back and timed it). The boring drivel just went on and on as I waited for the final sex scene (c'mon!!! softcore films ALWAYS end with a sex scene), but then the closing credits showed up. Huh?!

    Women: This flick definitely gets below average marks for the women. Dee is fine, although not among my personal favorites. I like Julia Kruis, but she gets little screen time. I can't stand Brooke Hunter's odd facial features, way over-sized fake tits, or her voice. As for Beverly Lynne... I normally like her quite a bit, but she was four months pregnant when this film was shot, and it shows. While her natural breasts are pleasantly more full, her stomach is showing and her face looks pudgy. That might have been OK in another role, but not in a role that requires her to wear midriffs and stripper costumes and to pole dance. It was a turn off at times.

    Men: I'm sure the girls would have no problem with the guys in this film except for Tony Tedeschi, who looked downright skanky with a bad haircut, facial hair and no tan.

    Acting. Dee was very good as always. And the rest of actors were competent, nothing great but not embarrassing either. As for Beverly Lynne... I think she does a fine job in most of her softcore roles, but she was in way over her head with this double role with opposite personalities.

    Overall... one to skip unless you want to see Beverly Lynne pregnant.