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Two gorgeous girls arrive in the city seeking employment in the film industry. During their lengthy interview, they watch many other people making love behind a series of doors! When they are offered the job, they can't wait to join in on the hot sex action!
This film could have been great because they do have a good cast. The so called two "gorgeous girls" in the synopsis writeup are not at all gorgeous, they are just your typical natural 70s cute girls but not what I'd call pretty. The hardcore action is good but I wish each scene lasted longer. This film was released in 1979 and feels very 70s. If ever there was a film to gauge the 70s era this is it, from hairstyles, clothing styles and the cars back then it is a fun view. Definitely worth renting if you love the 70s. John Holmes gathers attention in this title and they include a brief trailer to a film featuring him.
“East Coast Guy” was dead-on balls accurate in his observation that the two starlets are clearly NOT hot. For the 70s’ they “may” be average looking. For 2013, they are borderline trolls with okay (at best) natural figures. One of the girls shags her well hung boyfriend as the movie opens in the burbs. Afterwards her friend drops by and the girls catch a bus into the city (NYC). There an ugly old pimp recruits them to give him some “horn” and then work his big city bordello. There is a MFFF scene with John Holmes and a seriously hot light haired thin brunette. Amazingly she is the focus of his donkey dong. He gets great horn from her, missionary and doggie-style (if only he kept his damn arm out of the way…I do really mean his “arm”). Scenes like this are “peek-a-boos” with the two trolls and the pimp peaking into various rooms. The footage looks unnatural and appears to have been pilfered from other movies and spliced into this movie. There is other decent talent on display but the trolls are the primaries here. The storyline is weak for 70s’ fare but passable. Had the trolls not been the focus this could’ve been a much better picture.