Released: Mar 01st, 1999
Running Time: 86
Director: Derek Kent
Company: Studio 2000
Cast: Gregg Arlen, Wade Peters, Tommy Cruise, Grill Thorsen, Joey Hart, Vincent DeMarco, Jay Strong
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Gay and Bi
Studio 2000 is always reliable as a good renter and has its share of fans. Plus, customers intersted in a little story with their sex will find this appealing.
A murder has been committed, the body has disappeared and it's up to private investigator Kurt Young to find out just what the hell really happened.
He encounters three different eyewitnesses (Tommy Cruise, Brian Roberts and Gregg Arlen), each with his own spin on the tale of the murder of a whore and also with his own special variation of the sex that occurred before the murder.
It's a clever murder mystery that gets somewhat muddled toward the middle but quickly recovers. Some of the dialogue is pretty wooden, but the performers do their best with the material they're given. The way the stories are told -- each witness literally "becomes" the whore in their re-telling -- is very inventive, and a few of the scenes have some incredible sexual high points.
pre-noms for Best Screenplay by Stan Ward; Best Editing by Kevin Glover, Best Music by Rock Hard and Best Sex Scene for Brian Roberts and Wade Peters; and especially to Kurt Young for Best Non-Sex performance. He steals the show with his subtle portrayal of a cynical P.I.