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  • Cameraman turned director Hank Hoffman greatly impressed me with truly "sleeper" of an Adult Cinema release (from Wicked Pictures), which boasts an excellent screenplay and amazing star turn by the talented Mona Wales.

    She plays a woman who lost everything a year ago, her job, husband, etc., and is now a drifter, travelling from one seedy motel to another in search of casual sex to help conquer the emptiness of her existence. Gimmick that she suffers from something akin to narcolepsy, but termed here as insomnia, is very well used by writer-director Hoffman to give the feature a quality usually linked with mainstream filmmakers like David Lynch or Chris Nolan in his "Memento" mode.

    Wales frequently breaks through cinema's fourth wall, talking directly to the viewer while her own sex scenes are in progress, and her handling of lengthy monologues are vivid proof of her acting talent, beyond the required sex performance. Ryan Driller and Chanel Preston as a pair of grifters give solid support in a twisty story that captured my interest and had me guessing, all the time building tremendous empathy for Wales' central character.