Our Rating: ★★★☆☆
L Factor: Lesbian Film
Short Take: A group of lesbian eco-terrorists hacks into the bank accounts of major polluters. Then they have a lot of sex.
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Year: 1998
Duration: 46 min
Language: USA/English
MPAA: Not Rated
Director: Cheryl Newbrough
Starring: Michelle Beyda, Aerin Harris, Heather King, Michelle Maloy, Mary-Kate Stoever
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+Alt Tags+There’s one reason to watch this film … s-e-x. From the opening lap dance through numerous erotic scenes, it’s a softcore production made for women by women. The acting is pretty bad, and the plot is unbelievable, but if sex is what you’re after, then this film fits the bill.

A group of eco-terrorists hacks into the bank accounts of major polluters, transferring the companies’ money into the hands of environmentalists. Skip (Heather King) is one of the main operatives, but she has an issue that sometimes endangers them all. As Cal (Mary-Kate Stoever) explains, she ‘can’t keep her cock in her pants.’

After a rousing session involving her strap on, Skip’s latest conquest shoots her, presumably in an effort to steal some of the money. While recovering from her wound, Skip dreams an S&M sequence. Later she and Jenn (Michelle Maloy), the woman tasked with looking after her, begin sleeping together. (Jenn is pierced up top, by the way.)

This Wolfe Video release is no longer carried by Wolfe, but may be found on vhs at amazon.com. A region 2 dvd from the UK features both Such A Crime and Goodbye Emma Jo, but it’s not available on a US encoded dvd at this time. (AB)