There's nothing French or confessional about Marcus London's film for Penthouse, a tired effort from an actor/director whom I admire. Everyone involved here has done far better work elsewhere.
It's from Penthouse's Letters line of product, meaning 5 vignettes based supposedly on letters to the mag. Besides Penthouse Pet Shawna Lenee, some favorites appear in yawnable short stories, wasting India Summer and Sam Ryan. Faye Reagan appears as a girl living in Paris (that's as close to French-related content as Marcus gets), who's written a letter to Dane Cross, taking a respite from his non-stop MILF magnet career at the time to hump somebody his own age.
Danny Mountain has the honor of having sex with India; I'm surprised London didn't name his opus "Passage to India" in her honor. Ryan is merely along for a lesbian scene opposite pay-cable regular Melissa Jacobs. Anthony Rosano as a janitor gets to put the moves on breast in show winner, Jayden Jaymes. Not much to write home about.
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