24 April 2018 | lor_
An also-ran and her screen mates
Paul Chaplin at Britain's Bluebird Films had a brief run of success with various over-produced parody/ripoff features, beginning with his "Bonny and Clide", featuring Natasha Marley in the Faye Dunaway role. This all-girl showcase for her is a non-starter, as was her career apart from him.
The six vignettes, given dumb titles (as usual at Bluebird) like "Charge" (in which she is on a crummy set reminiscent of those of local competitor Killergram covered in camouflage style hanging cloth) co-starring busty Cindy Behr, are dull exercises in Sapphic love. Kaia Kane in a maid's costume is briefly diverting, but the frequent use of a couple of oddly colored dildos put me in a "is this hygienic?" mood rather than the intended engendering of eroticism.
One of the more obscure Bluebird titles (oddly enough distributed in America by Pure Play Media), I had to add it to the IMDb database belatedly just now.